Látrabjarg is the westernmost point of Iceland
(and Europe if Greenland and the Azores are not counted). It's the cliffs of all cliffs,
a line of several cliffs, 14 kilometres long and up to 441 m high. And its as steep as it gets, dizzyingly so.
Safe from foxes, the birds are fearless, and provide stunning photographic opportunities from close range
. The puffins are particularly tame and are the ones frequenting the grassy, higher part of the cliffs. But look out, the edges are fragile and loose and the fall is high.
Látrabjarg is the most visited tourist attraction in the Westfjords.
The cliffs are easily accessible by car (road no 612) and when youre there, a walk along the cliffs awaits.
The whirling sensation will not fade, and neither will the memories.