Europe

There simply is no way to tour Europe and not be awestruck by its scenic beauty, epic history and dazzling artistic and culinary diversity.

ÞÓRSHÖFN

We made overnight in Þórshöfn – a small fishing village in northeast Iceland, located on the northern coast of the Langanes peninsula on the Þistilfjörður bay. The camp site is high in the village in a peaceful location. It is good starting point to visit Langanes, where you can watch...

BORGARFJÖRÐUR EYSTRI

The Borgarfjörður region, on the coast about 70 km from Egilsstaðir, is known for its great natural beauty. It’s is famous for the good hiking trails and excellent facilities for bird-watching. At fishing harbour Hafnarhólmi, located just 5 km from the village, one can look very closely...

SEYÐISFJÖRÐUR

We anchored in Seydisfjordur – a place of singing waterfalls and peculiar characters, Seydisfjordur is a welcoming town booming with creativity and rich in history. Inhabited by about 700 people the town acts as one big family. We enjoyed some serious customs check on arrival in garage...

TÓRSHAVN

Our sailing to Iceland has started on May 11 from Hirtshals in Denmark. We took the only ferry connection from Europe to Iceland with Smiryl Lines around Shetland Islands (British territory with last European roaming signal) and we have arrived on May 13 to Faroe Islands. We had a break...

SKAGEN & GRENEN

Before going to Hirtshals for boarding our Smiryl Lines ferry to Iceland we made short visit to Skagen and Grenen. Our last overnight in Denmark was in its northernmost point, Grenen, which hosts a unique natural phenomenon. Here, two seas meet, namely the Skagerrak and the Kattegat; and...

RUBJERG KNUDE FYR

We made it last minute to catch the sun above the lighthouse in Rubjerg Knude Fyr. It’s one of North Jutland’s landmarks, it’s expected that it will crash into the ocean before 2020 due to coast erosion (but one local lady told us that locals preparing some plan to move it before...