Írskra brunn­ur, (“Well of the Irishmen”) a well from the time of the settle­ment, in the fields near Gufu­skálar, Írskra kirkja (“Church of the Irishmen”) ruins on the shore and Írskra búðir (“Irishmen’s booth”) ruins at the edge of the lava field. At Gufuskálavör (vör = landing) one can see grooves worn in the rock over the ages where the rowingboats were pulled ashore. Memorial to Elínborg Þorbjarnar­dóttir, the last person to make her home there, unveiled in 1987.