Mjóifjörður, a long, narrow fjord, surrounded by high mountains and steep cliffs. Today the fjord is largely uninhabited, whereas in its heyday in 1902, there were 412. Became part of Fjarðabyggð in 2006. Some trout in the Fjarðará river. A lot of bilberries and other berries in August. Often good fishing in the fjord in late summer.