Reykjavik, the country's capital, is situated 120 miles (193 kilometers) southeast of Bildudalur.
Bildudalur isn't the only place in Iceland worth exploring; travelers can also hit the road and discover the unique qualities of the nearby landscapes, communities and cultural attractions. If you are after more places to explore, head to the Jon Sigurdsson Museum and Dynjandi in and around Hrafnseyri, which is 7 miles (11 kilometers) to the southwest of Bildudalur.
If you think the perfect holiday is pushing yourself to the limit in unique natural environments, then why not join one of the many caving or hiking adventures this region has to offer.
Enjoy the Iceland food culture by visiting the region's restaurants or cafés. Lamb and also root vegetables such as rutabagas and carrots are popular ingredients here. Are you ready to order saltfiskur (dried and salted fish) or harofiskur (jerky type fish)? Both meals are a favorite choice in this area. Mondlukaka (almond cake) is a great choice to round out your meal.
Travelers lucky enough to be visiting Bildudalur or anywhere else in Iceland on the 17th of June, can partake in the national Independence Day activities and celebrations.
There is no doubt that Iceland is an amazingly beautiful part of the world that you will stay in your heart for a lifetime.