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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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  • Visit very nice both for the site that the observation of birds while the access road is a bit bumpy, but it's worth the detour
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  • Was there in September so there were no puffins. The views are lovely and certainly something to see even with out the puffins. The road out is rough making for a slow trip. 
  • Látrabjarg (drive to what’s considered the most Western Point in Europe, the drive is 1.5 hours and 95km from Flókalundur but totally worth it to see the amazing cliffs. In the summer season you will ...  more »