Cruising to Isafjordur, Iceland

Isafjordur tourist attractions.

With a population of around 2.600 people, the port of Isafjordur is the largest of all the harbours in Iceland’s Westfjords region, and the headquarters of the Isafjardarbaer municipality, which includes the surrounding Hnifsdalur, Flateyri, Sudureyri, and ingeyri. Isafjordur is the third busiest cruise ship port in Iceland. Calling ships travel up the Isafjardardjup Bay, which is home to a multitude of tiny fjords. One of these, the Skutulsfjordur, is where Isafjordur is located. Isafjordur is home to several of Iceland’s most well-known festivals, including the “Aldrei for eg sudur” music festival, the Runners’ Festival, the European Mud Soccer Championships, the Act alone theatrical festival, and the “Vid Djupid” classical music festival.

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The Russia-Ukraine war has prompted a growing number of cruise lines to cancel 2022 itineraries that include stops in and around Russian ports of call. For more information please visit official cruise line website.