Regions of Iceland

Regions of Iceland. There are a total of 8 regions in Iceland. These regions are only used for statistical calculations. In this article we will get some general information about the regions and the population of Iceland. Below you will find the Iceland Region map.

Regions of Iceland

Regions of Iceland

Capital Region

ReykjavíkReykjavík

The population of the region is 213,619. It also has an area of 1,062 square kilometers. Capital Region’s headquarters is Reykjavík.

Southern Peninsula

KeflavíkKeflavík

The population of the region is 22,509. It also has an area of 829 square kilometers. The administrative center of Southern Peninsula is Keflavík.

Western Region

BorgarnesBorgarnes

The population of the region is 15,766. It also has an area of 9,554 square kilometers. Borgarnes is the headquarters of the Western Region.

Westfjords

ÍsafjörðurÍsafjörður

The population of the region is 6,883. It also has an area of 9,409 square kilometers. The administrative center of Westfjords is Ísafjörður.

Northwestern Region

SauðárkrókurSauðárkrókur

The population of the region is 7,128. It also has an area of 12,737 square kilometers. It is the Sauðárkrókur, the administrative center of the Noertwestern Region.

Northeastern Region

AkureyriAkureyri

The population of the region is 29,361. It also has an area of 21,968 square kilometers. The administrative center of the Northeastern Region is Akureyri.

Eastern Region

Egilsstaðir Egilsstaðir

The population of the region is 12,452. It also has an area of 22,721 square kilometers. Egilsstaðir is the administrative center of the Eastern Region.

Southern Region

Selfoss Selfoss

The population of the region is 24,811. It also has an area of 24,526 square kilometers. Selfoss is the Southern Region’s headquarters.