The spectacular cliff, Látrabjarg, is the westernmost point of Iceland and all of Europe. Látrabjarg is one of the largest bird cliffs in Europe and is home to puffins and many other bird species. The cliff is 14 km long, and the highest point is 441 m. Due to its accessibility, the cliff is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in the West Fjords. Walk along the cliffs and enjoy the stunning, panoramic view from the top of the cliff.

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