Drangavík is a small fjord north of Eyvindarfjörður and south of Bjarnafjörður. It was previously inhabited, and the only farm was abandoned in 1947, but townhouses still stand there but have collapsed. At the eastern side of the bay, the famous Drangaskörð. They are magnificent and worth a visit.
Drangar is north of Drangaskörð. There was permanent residence there until 1966 and the family who last lived in Dranga still go there over summertime. Húsá falls into the sea, on which there is a footbridge. West of the river is Laugamýri where hot water can be found. Bæjarfjall. Bænahús var forðum á Dröngum, enda langt að sækja í næstu kirkju. Skammt norðan við Dranga fellur Húsá til sjávar, á henni er göngubrú. Vestur af ánni er Laugamýri þar sem heitt vatn er að finna.
No harbor facilities available at Dranga. Passengers will go ashore in a dinghy. Travel time: stated time is based on direct sailing. Please be aware that sea state and weather will have effects on journey time. Departure from Norðurfjörður pier at 10:00. Departure from Drangar at 15:00.
At Drangar there is a camping site and a numerous of hiking trails.
Passengers will go ashore in a dinghy.
Est. sailing time: 1 hour
Minimum number: 7 passengers