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Liston

Folk artist with an open workshop and gallery.

Open all year round daily from 10:00 to 18:00.

Liston

Sólvellir 6

GPS Points N64° 55' 38.204" W23° 15' 32.155"
Telephone

+354 690-4347

Opening period All year
Categories Crafts & Design

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The Highlands
12.32 km
Búlandshofdi

Búlandshöfði falls steep into the sea. There you find strata from the first half of the ice age, hardened glacial rock and fossils of seashells. On top of the sea sediment with ice seashells and glacial till there is a clayey sedimentary layer with remnants of warm seashells that lava has flowed over during warm periods.

Nature
17.76 km
Berserkjahraun lava

Berserkjahraun

Wild Life
7.56 km
Kolgrafarfjordur and Hraunsfjordur

Kolgrafarfjörður has a lot of wildlife. A large part of the black-backed gull population lives there with 38 other bird species. There are also killer whales, white-beaked dolphins and seals. Hraunsfjörður fjord come from it, long but narrow. At high tide, the flow is so great that the current resembles a rushing river

Nature
11.33 km
Northern Snaefellsnes

Northern Snaefellsnes

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  • 438-1581
Bjargarsteinn House of Food
Restaurants
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  • 350 Grundarfjörður
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Mæstro - Street food
Diners
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  • 350 Grundarfjörður
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West Iceland

Towns & Villages

The population centres in West Iceland are as varied as they are many. Ten places have over 50 residents and Akranes is the most densely populated with 6,500 inhabitants. 

All of the larger communities put ever-increasing emphasis on dynamic tourism where a wide selection of recreation and services are offered.   

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