The Westfjords are the country's most sparsely populated region. The total number of inhabitants on the peninsula is less than 7500 people. Large areas are uninhabited and therefore one can experience nature as pure and wild as in the distant past. Small fishing villages can be found at the foot of steep mountains along the fjords. Látrabjarg, the westernmost point of Europe, is one of Europe's three largest bird cliffs and is home to millions of birds, including puffins, razorbills, guillemots and gannets. Ísafjörður is the largest town of the Westfjords and is therefore the region's centre for services and cultural activity. Hotels, restaurants and museums, can all be found in Ísafjörður.