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Flatey

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Hoihoii
Hoihoii
August 11, 2017
Beautifully kept old houses in cheerful colours line the dusty path through the settlement of Flatey island. Walk through it, and at the end of the settlement, the path becomes even narrower and more crooked, taking you through a dense population of birds, consisting mainly of Arctic terns. Two…
Ivar
Ivar
May 28, 2017
You get there through Seatours. Its amazing. Beautiful nature and unique birdlife.
Indriði
Indriði
December 22, 2016
When crossing Breidafjordur Bay from Stykkisholmur to Brjanslaekur or back, withe the ferry Baldur, there is a possibility to stop off at the charming island of Flatey where time literally stands still. Most of Flatey´s houses are from the 19th century, so strolling around the island gives one the…
Ragna
Ragna
February 26, 2013
Incredible tiny island with birds, sealife, walking, gourmet food, the smallest library in the world etc.

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