A narrow road leads west from Sandvík. A half-hour hike along the path reveals a magnificent view of the west coast. Seabirds nest on the cliffs and fly around the impressive 109-metre tall sea stack called Ásmundarstakkur.
The dramatic landscape is a result of steady erosion by the North Atlantic waves. The view is most enjoyed during sunset when the cliffs are painted red and yellow.
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