Description: Hornafjörður (“Fjord of Horns”) is a fjord, municipality and growing community found in southeast Iceland. The fjord takes its name from the curved shapes of the sand reefs that have formed just off the coastline.
Description: Hornafjörður is a small fjord in southeastern Iceland. The town Höfn is located on its shores, and the Stokksnes headland is nearby. It was the arrival point on Iceland for the world's first aerial circumnavigation flight in August 1924.
4. Jökulsárlón / Hornafjörður | Vatnajokull National Park
Description: The Breiðármörk trail lies between the glacial lakes Fjallsárlón and Jökulsárlón. It was originally made as a cooperative between Visit Vatnajökull, Hornafjörður municipality, South East Iceland Nature Research Center and Vatnajökull National Park, with help from Friends of Vatnajökull.
Description: Höfn or Höfn í Hornafirði is an Icelandic fishing town in the southeastern part of the country. It lies near Hornafjörður fjord. The town, the second largest in the southeastern part of Iceland, offers scenic views of Vatnajökull. The community was formerly known as Hornafjarðarbær between 1994 and 1998.
Description: Hofn Hornafjordur Airport, (HFN/BIHN), Iceland - View live flight arrival and departure information, live flight delays and cancelations, and current weather conditions at the airport. See route maps and schedules for flights to and from Hofn and airport reviews. Flightradar24 is the world’s most popular flight tracker. IATA: HFN ICAO: BIHN
Description: Hornafjörður Airport is located 5km north of the town of Höfn í Hornafirði in south-east Iceland. Scheduled flights between Hornafjörður and Reykjavik Airport are available through Eagle Air Iceland.
8. Hornafjordur Golf Course in Hornafjordur, South, Iceland ...
Description: Nú er lokið skólakeppni Stóru upplestrarkeppninnar. Níu nemendur komust áfram og munu þau taka þátt í Lokahátíð Stóru upplestrarkeppninnar sem fer fram í Djúpavogskirkju þann 10. mars. Eftirfarandi keppendur munu keppa fyrir hönd Grunnskóla Hornafjarðar: Berglind Stefánsdóttir, Birta Ósk Sigbjörnsdóttir, Hilmar Óli Jóhannsson, Hilmar Lárus Jónsson, Ída Mekkín ...