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Látrabjarg, on the westernmost tip of Iceland, is one of the biggest seabird cliffs in Europe. It extends for 14 kilometers and rises nearly 450 meters above the ocean. Strong oceanic currents, winds, and treacherous rocks make it difficult to reach. Visitors can only look down and across from the grass above or from a boat on those rare days when the sea is calm.
At Perlan, a realistic reconstruction of Látrabjarg provides a unique and rare view of the cliffs. Visitors feel like they are at the base of the cliff, looking straight up – a truly stunning view.
Birds create colonies in safe, inaccessible locations like Látrabjarg to protect against predators. These cliffs also offer nearby food sources for seabirds. Each species nests on a different level of the cliff wall — sort of like a bird condominium tower.
Puffins are pelagic seabirds that feed primarily by diving in the water. They are better swimmers than fliers. They feed on fish and other creatures in the nearby waters. Paired Atlantic puffins stay together year after year.
Látrabjarg in Iceland - Everything You Need to Know
Discover Látrabjarg in Iceland, a stunning birdwatching paradise located on the westernmost point of Europe. Learn about its history, unique features, and wildlife