Hallormsstadur is situated 75 miles (121 kilometers) southeast of Myvatn and 220 miles (354 kilometers) east of Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland.
Of course, visiting just one place, no matter how popular, will only ever provide you with a limited view into the wider cultural and natural fabric of a region. So try to set aside some time to visit Iceland's other natural and man-made attractions. Eskifjordur, is 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west, and Eidar is located 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest.
Delve into a side of Hallormsstadur most visitors don't see by accompanying a local guide on one of the guided nature walks.
Try out typical Iceland dishes or drinks to get to the heart of the local cuisine. Among the variety of elements frequently used in this part of the world are lamb and root vegetables such as rutabagas and carrots. Saltfiskur (dried and salted fish) and harofiskur (jerky type fish) are much-loved dishes for you to try. And when you are ready for dessert, you can also try mondlukaka (almond cake).
Those holidaying in Iceland or elsewhere in Iceland on the 17th of June, can enjoy national Independence Day event.
As you come to the end of your vacation to this incredible region, rest assured that you can return time and time again. As the locals like to say: A visitor once, forever a friend.