Hjörleifshöfði is a 221 meter high headland made of tuff, located east of Vík.
Thousands of years ago, it was an island but by had becom an isthmus on the side of a fjord at the time Iceland was settled. It now lies more than two kilometers from the sea, in the middle of a black sand beach.
Leave your car at the foot of the mountain and go for a hike to enjoy the wilderness!}?>