On this guided tour, a local guide shows Raufarhöfn’s most interesting spots such as the harbor and the church. Stories and tales related to herring fishing will be told, and a local handicraft shop will be visited.
Raufarhöfn is a small seaside village on the Arctic Circle, and one of the northernmost places in Iceland. The village‘s main industry is fisheries, with around 200 people living in the village at any one time. The harbor is unique for its natural surroundings with a cape guiding the ships to shore.
This tour also allows visitors to reach the northern hill, where the distinctive henge, now an icon of the village, is located. The Arctic Henge works like a huge sundial, and thrills every visitor.