Myrasysla is located approximately 130 miles (209 kilometers) from Reykjavik, the national capital.
Why not spend some time exploring the area? Start with a trip to the the Skrudur Botanical Garden.
Iceland is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is a breeze. Make sure you give yourself some time to tour the incredible range of things to see and do this region has to offer. For more ways to enjoy the region, check out the Jon Sigurdsson Museum and Dynjandi in the vicinity of Hrafnseyri, which is roughly 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the north of Myrasysla.
Why not combine a little learning with leisure on your vacation by joining one of Myrasysla's excellent guided nature walks.
Get to the core of the Iceland culture by taking your tastebuds for a tour of the regional restaurants or cafés. Lamb and also root vegetables such as rutabagas and carrots are regularly used in local meals. There are many popular dishes in this area. Try saltfiskur (dried and salted fish) or harofiskur (jerky type fish). Finish off with mondlukaka (almond cake), a popular dessert.
There is a saying, the world is a book and if you don't travel you may get stuck on the same page. So book your trip and discover the incredible stories that await in Myrasysla.