Isafjord (Photo: Menno Schaefer/Shutterstock.com)
5.0 / 5.0
Cruise Critic Editor Rating

By Cruise Critic Staff

Port of Isafjord

When cruising through Isafjord, Iceland, visitors will be subject to incredible views upon their arrival, but there's even more to enjoy ashore. The town features a number or restaurants and shops and is considered quite bustling compared to some of its neighbors. While visiting, travelers can partake in hiking and biking excursions, go horseback riding or fishing and even play a round of golf. The town is also an access point to the nature reserve in Hornstrandir -- one of the region's more noted attractions.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

About Isafjord


Pro

Isafjord's jaw-dropping landscapes are a once-in-a-lifetime sight and well worth the visit

Con

Though Isafjord is the largest town in the region and is well outfitted, it's still fairly remote

Bottom Line

This small town is picturesque and offers a number of fun and interesting activities and excursions


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