Located in the northernmost part of the Western Fjords, Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is one of the most remote areas in Iceland. Uninhabited since the 1950s, it is accessible only by sea. The relief of this coast sculpted by the elements promises wonderful walks in the heart of an exceptional nature: sandy beaches with turquoise waters, dizzying basalt cliffs and natural pools of warm water. Here, nature is king and many species, such as birds, arctic foxes or seals, multiply in peace and quiet. You will be dazzled by the vast and beautiful landscapes of this wild and virgin setting.