The small and friendly fishing village of Súðavík, 20 kilometres from Ísafjörður. Since 1995, when an avalanche destroyed a big part of the village, it has been divided into two parts, the old and the new. The new village was built on a location safe from avalanches, and the old part is kept intact as a summer resort for travellers.
Súðavík is a great place to visit, especially for families. The family garden Raggagarður, is a playground in the heart of the old town. It is created for kids and adults alike, a place where the whole family can spend time together. Another attraction is The Arctic Fox Centre, an exhibition and research centre focusing on the only native terrestrial mammal in Iceland, the Arctic fox.
Sumarbyggð/ Iceland Sea Angling is the oldest sea angling project of Westfjords. It offers boats and accommodation services in Súðavík, Tálknafjörður and Bolungarvík. The town is an excellent place for hiking and local guide is available for neighbouring routes. Súðavík has two restaurants, a café, nice and quiet camping place, grocery shop, gas station, post office and bank service.

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N66° 1' 33.464" W22° 59' 27.300"
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