Fuga Iceland is the name of an island in the province of Cagayan in the Philippines. It belongs to the archipelago of the Babuyan Islands and lies about 40 km off the north coast of the island of Luzon, in the Luzon Strait. The island has an area of approximately 100 km ² and is administered by the municipality of Aparri. On the island is the Barangay Fuga Iceland, which had in 2007 1786 inhabitants.
Fuga Iceland has a rectangular shape with a length of 25 km and a width of 5 km. The coastline of the island is dominated by smaller bays. To the west lies the Musa Bay, upstream of it are the small islands Mabaag and barite Iceland. The topography of the island is characterized by a flat hills, in the northeastern island center at Mount Nanguringan the terrain rises to 191 meters above the sea level. The vegetation of the island is partially made of dense, tropical vegetation, but partly also from intensive agricultural land.
Northeast Calayan Iceland lies about 40 km north Dalupiri Iceland is approximately 23 km, east Iceland Camiguin is situated in 34 km from the island. The island can be reached via the port of Aparri.