Berufjörður, a long, fairly wide fjord with many islets and reefs, and high and beautiful mountains on both sides, the highest being Búlandstindur to the south.
Many interesting peaks and pinnacles, particularly around the head of the fjord. Very little flat land, especially on the south side.
Rhyolite is common in the mountains and ignimbrite is found on the Berufjarðarströnd shore.
Berufjörður, a farm, church and parsonage until 1906. There is a museum Nönnusafn.
From Berufjörður an old trail, now improved for jeeps, goes across Öxi to Skriðdalur.
When the Algerian pirates attacked the Westman Islands in 1627 they also attacked many places on the eastern fjords, among others Berufjörður where they burned the farm, killed many of the animals and took whatever valuables they could get their hands on.