Culinary experience

Fisherman is a fully licensed tour operator based in Sudureyri. Fisherman is also a passionate foodie that loves to meet and great people from all over the world and give them an authentic experience of a lifetime.

Fisherman offers tours that combine both a cultural and culinary experience as well as offering hotel accommodation. Hotel guests get the Seafood Trail free of charge during the summertime. Visitors can also take a break at the coffee shop in the center of the village.

The Fisherman Seafood Trail, the company trademark and a guided tour, gives a unique experience of slow travel.
Indulge your senses with gourmet tastings, local history in remote, beautiful and sustainable Suðureyri and learn how the fishing industry has shaped Iceland's culture, past and present.
Daily departures during the summertime but please call ahead to confirm timing.

Dynjandi waterfall and local villages
Experience Iceland's most beautiful waterfall, Dynjandi and the unspoiled nature with mountain views in the Westfjords. Visit remote villages, meet the locals and taste seafood samples in a guided tour.
Please contact us for availability.

Dokkan is the Westfjords first and only brewery, that brews high class craft beer.

Our micro brewery is a small family business founded in Isafjorður in Octorber 2017 merely for the purpose to make local craft beer and the Westfjords really needed one. Then our first beer was made in the early summer of 2018. The brewery is located at Sindragata 11 and that's were all of our products are made.

The brewery welcomes guests at its location in Sindragata.

Erpsstadir is a dairy farm in Northwest Iceland, run by farmer Thorgrimur Einar Gudbjartsson and his family. Erpsstaðir are best known for their ice cream but they also produce the Icelandic Skyr, caraway cheese, white and wet cheese and various other dairy products which the "Cream Shop" at Erpsstaðir processes. All the milk for the production is from the dairy cows on the farm. For other ingredient we strives to use local, seasonal flavors whenever possible, such as rhubarb, dandelion honey, and blueberries from the Westfjords. The farmers at Erpsstaðir are pleased to offer visitors the chance to take a closer look at the world of milk production by seeing and learning of different shape the milk can take. Here you can experience a real Icelandic farm and buy homemade artisan dairy products firsthand. We are not distributing the products widely so far the best bet is to access the products directly from the farm.

Open daily May 15th - June 14th from 13:00 to 17:00, 15th June - 14th August from 11:00 to 18:00, 15th August - 15th September from 13:00 to 17:00 and September 16th - May 14th open upon request.

At other times call 868 0357 to arrange a visit.

Litlabyli Adventures is a tour operator in Flateyri, run along with its sister Litlabyli Guesthouse, in an old beautiful house in Flateyri.

We have space for up to 10 guests in a comfortable home with beautiful views of the mountains and fjord. Each room has accommodation for 2 people, in double or twin beds.

This summer, 2020, the house will be rented out as one unit.

Amenities include free wifi throughout the house and free parking. Four rooms are with shared bathroom and shower facilities and one double with privet facilities; fully equipped kitchen. Breakfast is available on request.

The house is a short walk from the convenience store, swimming pool, restaurant, and local hiking routes.

Please contact for prices and booking information.

FLAK is a house of arts, a cultural orientated pub and fish-soup restaurant at Patreksfjörður harbour in the Icelandic West Fjords. Join us for some snacks and home brewed beer and you might even catch a live concert or something else from our busy event calendar.

Something special - Nature and Cultural Walks with a view of Ísafjörður

Ísafjörður Walk - An Interesting Journey Through Time

Our guide is located at the Tourist Information Centre, dressed as a woman from the 19th century, and takes you on a walk through the city and up to the slopes above Ísafjörður. On the way you will visit interesting places, such as historical houses and trade centres from the prime time of Ísafjörður. You will get information on history and learn about the people and their living conditions, their beliefs and their culture, which is reflected in the legends. You might experience a slight shudder when told of ghosts and be fascinated about our mystical creatures like elves and trolls. You will also visit the places the stories are told about. On the way she shares her lunch box with you.

It is possible to extend the walk by one hour on the following walks or book them separately: Geology or Plants

Other Walks:

Culinary Explorations (2hours)

A walk full of culinary surprises! Our guide is dressed as a woman from the 19th century, and takes you on a walk through the city. We then invite you to taste yourself through the history and culture of Iceland and Westfjords. Local people serve you a big variety of traditional and modern foods. Along the way the participants meet locals and are invited into an Icelandic home. They are offered to sample a lot of different food.

Geology (3 hours)
Plants or Autumn Colours (3 hours)
Please Taste! (3,5 hours)
Nature Walk (5 hours)

Special tours on request