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.