Iceland: Latrabjarg Cliffs

The number one reason to get to Westfjords is the Latrabjarg cliffs. This is the westernmost point of Iceland and the largest sea cliff in Europe – 14km long and 440m high (1440 feet). The cliffs are home to millions and millions of birds – puffins, guillemots, razorbills (in fact, 40% of world’s razorbills are here). The cliffs are amazing, and you can walk on the very edge for kilometers, peaking over into the abyss of the ocean churning below.