Since Westman Islands are surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean you can visit us by taking the ferry, flying from Reykjavík or flying from south of Iceland.

1. Visit Westman Islands by taking Herjólfur (the ferry):


Herjólfur sails from Vestmannaeyjar to Landeyjahöfn which is located on the south of Iceland. You can both drive to Landeyjahöfn by a regular car (no 4×4 car is needed) or you can take the bus, if you are travelling from Reykjavik, you could go from the Bsí bus terminal to Landeyjahöfn more details about the bus here.
If you have a car you can take it with you over to Westman Islands.

2015 summer schedule for Herjólfur from 15th. may – 14th. september

Herjólfur goes 5 times each day except on Tuesdays then they only go 4 times
From Vestmannaeyjar 08:30 11:00 13:30 18:30 21:00
From Landeyjahöfn 09:45 12:30 14:45 19:45 22:00

Tuesday summer schedule fro Herjólfur
From Vestmannaeyjar 08:30 11:00 18:30 21:00
From Landeyjahöfn 09:45 12:30 19:45 22:00
– Passengers are asked to check-in 30minutes before departure.

If you want to book a trip with the ferry, you can do it here: Eimskip =>

2. Visit Westman Islands by flying from Reykjavík the Capital of Iceland


You can fly to Vestmannaeyjar with Eagle Air, the flight takes around 20-23minutes. Their 2015 summer schedule is like the table shows.

You can book on their website => or call them +354 562 4200

How to get to Island?
Since Iceland is an island the easiest and the quickest way to get here is with an airplane.
Fly to Iceland
A number of international airlines maintain regular scheduled flights to Iceland from both Europe and North-America. See
There are currently 2 Icelandic airline companies you can choose from:
1. Icelandair has direct flights to all mayor airports in Scandinavia, Europe, USA and Canada. You can find more information
2. WOWair has mainly direct flights to Europe and parts of Scandinavia. You can find more information on
If your location is not offered by these airlines we suggest that you find your best way to Iceland with this search engine,
Sail to Iceland
Smyril Line car ferry M/S Norröna sails between Seyðisfjörður in Iceland, Hirtshals in Denmark and Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands once a week. The ferry gives travellers the option of bringing their own vehicles to Iceland. See further on
Arriving in Iceland
When you arrive in Iceland or to be specific your first destination is of course Keflavík Airport wich is approximately 20-30 minutes from Reykjavík. You can take the bus that leaves every 30 minutes from the airport, starting from 03:30 in the morning and stops late in the evening around 23:00 or you can rent a car and maybe start with a quick stop in the famous Blue Lagoon wich is only around 10 minutes away from the airpot and in the same direction as Reykjavík is. There is now a new road Sudurstrandarvegur that you can drive to go directly to South Iceland.