Látrabjarg

Látrabjarg is a 14-km-long precipitous bird cliff, the largest in the North Atlantic, reaching 444 meters at its highest point halfway along. The cliff is home to millions of birds of various species, including the world’s largest razorbill colony. It ends at Bjargtangar, the westernmost point of Iceland, and therefore of Europe, which can be reached by car. Offshore are the waters of Látraröst, notorious through the centuries for shipwrecks. A path leads between Látrabjarg and Rauðisandur.






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