For many years, Eyrarbakki was Iceland’s main port on the south coast. It’s an interesting little village, but it’s hard to imagine being the busy, bustling place it was even 100 years ago.
Eyrarbakki is full of old, colourful houses. You’ll have to take my word for that, as it’s a small place it felt intrusive and personal to take photos of people’s houses.
If you feel like visiting, Eyrarbakki isn’t far from Selfoss, off the Ring Road. There is a famous “Red House” restaurant that apparently has very good langoustines.
The thing I liked best here was the wild nature…