The island of Vigur in Ísafjarðardúp, the Pearl in the Deep, is for sale.
"We’re in the Westfjords where there’s no brewery in a 400-kilometer radius—that’s unique in and of itself."
An apartment complex in Hveragerði, South Iceland was redesigned to accommodate a rock many locals believe houses elves.
Icelandair currently operates 13 hotels under the brands Icelandair Hotels and Hotel Edda—1,937 rooms in total.
An announcement from the company explained that this expected decline is a result of the fact that the company will no longer be offering transportation to and from the Blue Lagoon.
Knockoff Icelandic football jerseys are being sold online for a fraction of the price of the real thing.
The Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST) has shut down Dalsmynni dog breeding farm in North Iceland.
The new customs agreement between Iceland and the EU will see import duties on treats like french fries, ice cream, popsicles, and sorbet go down significantly.
"The beer is being brewed in collaboration with Ægisgarð brewery in Reykjavík and is a ‘light, summery beer.'”
The highest earning Airbnb operator in Iceland earned ISK 230 million last year from 46 different properties.
Apartment prices are rising more than twice as fast in the countryside as in the Reykjavík capital area.
Gunnar Þór Andrésson, a man who trademarked the word ‘HÚH! says that he regrets how his recent and increasingly public debate with well-known comic Hugleikur Dagsson about a copyright infringement issue has played out; he won't be pursuing the matter further.
A real estate agency is “reviewing the market” in advance of a possible sale of Mál og menning bookstore.
Prices for apartment in the capital area are expected to rise an average of eight or nine percent annually in the coming years, according to an economist at Landsbankinn.
Fifty-three thousand salmon died while being transferred out of a damaged marine pen at a fish farming facility in the West Fjords.
Icelandair and FÍA, the Icelandic pilots’ union, have signed a collective bargaining agreement that is valid until December 31, 2019.
Icelanders hold no patents for geothermal heat utilization methods in Iceland, and have no such patent applications in progress.