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Latrabjarg bird cliffs, Latrabjarg

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Watch the birds at Latrabjarg bird cliffs, home to the largest colony of razorbills in the world. Millions of birds, including puffins, hatchlings, northern gannets, and guillemots, come here to nest on ledges below the cliffs. Hike on a trail that extends up along the cliffs for more than a mile, offering great views of the surroundings. For centuries, the cliffs were a source of seabird eggs for the local people, and this tradition goes on even today. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Latrabjarg holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Latrabjarg bird cliffs and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • A visit to Europe's western most tip is a must when traveling through the West Fjords. Endless ocean view and countless bird sightings. The puffins make their nests by digging out holes in the cliffs ...  more »
  • For those who travel to the Westfjords of Iceland, you should see the Latrabjarg bird cliffs. Viewing puffins, razor bill auks and other birds is excellent as they nest at the edge of the cliffs and a...  more »
  • Latrabjarg-One of the furthest point of Iceland- offers you an unforgettable experience. Don't let long distance stop you to go if you have time. You will witness magnificent scenes throughout the jou...  more »