Iceland has a lot to offer when it comes to food. Being a nation of fishermen and farmers, food has always been important to Icelanders. The clean environment and unpolluted waters produce excellent quality and Icelandic seafood is known throughout the world for its quality, freshness and delicious taste.
In the small Icelandic fishing town, Hofn in Hornafjordur, located at the border of Vatnajokull National Park, the biggest national park in Europe, the locals have celebrated the lobster/langoustine festival every year since 1993. Read more