Gerdhhamrar is situated 140 miles (225 kilometers) northwest of the national capital Reykjavik.
See why Iceland is so popular by travelers from all four corners of the globe, by renting a vehicle and setting off to explore the wonderful man-made and natural attractions in the vicinity of Gerdhhamrar. Check out the Jon Sigurdsson Museum and Dynjandi in and around Hrafnseyri, a place that is 14 miles (23 kilometers), from Gerdhhamrar. Alternatively you could try the Osvor Maritime Museum and Bolungarvik Lighthouse in Bolungarvik. It is 19 miles (31 kilometers) from Gerdhhamrar.
Tap into the knowledge of the locals by signing up for one of the guided nature walks.
Local menus are an excellent way to get to know about an area. So head to some of Iceland's restaurants and cafés. Two ingredients found in many Iceland dishes are lamb and root vegetables such as rutabagas and carrots. There are lots of popular meals here. Sample saltfiskur (dried and salted fish) or harofiskur (jerky type fish). Order mondlukaka (almond cake) after your repast. This is a popular choice for locals and tourists.
A wise person once said: it is far better to see something once than to be told about it a million times. With its magnificent beauty Iceland will more than live up to your expectations.