Látrabjarg is a promontory and the westernmost point in Iceland. The cliffs are home to millions of birds, including puffins, northern gannets, guillemots and razorbills. It is vital for their survival as it hosts up to 40% of the world population for some species e.g. the Razorbill. It is Europe's largest bird cliff, 14 km long and up to 440 m high.
- Bárðarson, H.R. (1982). Iceland: A Portrait of Its Land and People. H.R. Bárðarson. p. 197. Retrieved 20 May 2019.