Hraunhafnartangi and Rifstangi are the northernmost points of Iceland, at the edge of the arctic circle. Hraunhafnartangi derives its name from the natural harbor which is mentioned in 13th century literature. Þorgeirsdys, a stone mound found on Hraunhafnartangi, is believed the burial mound of Þorgeir Hávarsson who was slain there in an epic 11th century battle chronicled in Fóstbræðrasaga.

Visitors who bring pictures of themselves by Hraunhafnartangi lighthouse can receive a certificate from local service providers of having been to the northernmost point of the Icelandic mainland.

This easy walk follows a 4WD track along a coastline characterized by rich birdlife to the lighthouse of Hraunhafnartangi, the northernmost point of Iceland. The walk is 2x 1.7 km

The elder duck is protected under Icelandic law. All access to the nesting area and its surroundings is prohibited between April 15th and July 14th.