List of fjords of Iceland

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Main bays and fjords of Iceland.

The fjords of Iceland, listed in a clockwise direction round the island from the SW to the east. (There are no important fjords along the south coast: most of the inlets there are lagoons.)

Faxaflói[edit]

Breiðafjörður[edit]

  • Fjords on northern Snæfellsnes and in Dalir
    • Grundarfjörður
    • Kolgrafafjörður
    • Hraunsfjörður
    • Vigrafjörður
    • Álftafjörður
    • Hvammsfjörður
  • Fjords in Barðaströnd
    • Gilsfjörður
    • Króksfjörður
    • Berufjörður
    • Þorskafjörður
      • Djúpifjörður
      • Gufufjörður
    • Kollafjörður
    • Kvígindisfjörður
    • Skálmarfjörður
      • Vattarfjörður
    • Kerlingarfjörður
      • Mjóifjörður
    • Kjálkafjörður
    • Vatnsfjörður

Westfjords[edit]

  • Patreksfjörður
  • Tálknafjörður
  • Arnarfjörður
    • Suðurfirðir
      • Fossfjörður
      • Reykjarfjörður
      • Trostansfjörður
      • Geirþjófsfjörður
    • Borgarfjörður
  • Dýrafjörður
  • Önundarfjörður
  • Súgandafjörður
  • Ísafjarðardjúp
    • Skutulsfjörður
    • Álftafjörður
    • Seyðisfjörður
    • Hestfjörður
    • Skötufjörður
    • Mjóifjörður
    • Vatnsfjörður
    • Reykjarfjörður
    • Ísafjörður
    • Kaldalón
    • Jökulfirðir
      • Leirufjörður
      • Hrafnsfjörður
      • Lónafjörður
      • Veiðileysufjörður
      • Hesteyrarfjörður
  • Furufjörður
  • Þaralátursfjörður
  • Reykjarfjörður nyrðri
  • Bjarnarfjörður nyrðri
  • Eyvindarfjörður
  • Ófeigsfjörður
  • Ingólfsfjörður
  • Norðurfjörður
  • Reykjarfjörður (Ströndum)
  • Veiðileysufjörður (Ströndum)

Northwestern Region[edit]

Northeastern Region[edit]

Eastern Region[edit]

References[edit]