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Region: West Iceland
Coordinates: 64.977934° N 22.3108° W

Lakes Longuvotn is the common name for several lakes divided by narrow spits of land. Their total area is about 0,48 km² and they are located 378 m above sea level. Their greatest depth is 5 m.

They are not supplied by water on the surface and their discharge tributes to the salmon river Laxa. A Jeep track from the main road lies to the lakes. The catch consists of brown trout (1-9 pounds). The lakes are rather popular and the number of rods per day is not limited.

The distance from the capital is about 123 km by the Whale Bay tunnel.