The Västrig (/vä:straɪg/ Westlandic; English; West Region/Area) is an informal term for a cultural region of Western Westland corresponding to areas where the West Westlandic dialect. It encompasses the rural shires of Normärk, Sommersätt, Suðfölk, and Västmärk. The region is often associated with being the heartland of Westland, symbolising and embodying the values of Westland and its culture, and due to the fact it surrounds the capital.
The area encompasses by the Västrig is predominantly rural with only few sizable towns and cities with the exception of Brikkstö at the heart of the region. The region is traditionally famous for its production of Cider, Cheddar cheese and Bread, but now at least equally well known for the Glastinburk Festival and other attractions. Tourism, agricultural especially fishing, crop and dairy farming are the main contributor to the economy in the area, however the Service industry also has a large sector of the economy.
Västrig is commonly associated with Rustic Simplicity, and Agriculture but also Far-Left Liberalism and staunch Paganism. The region is often associated with being the heartland of Westland, symbolising and embodying the values of Westland and its culture. It is commonly associated with the regions idiosyncratic Cider, Cheddar Cheese, Rural views and Historic landmarks.
Commonly, voters in the region are stalwart supporters of the Liberal Socialist Party and the Green Party, and the West Constituency, which constitutes most of the Västrig almost always has a Liberal Socialist majority. The region has the lowest percentage of Christians in any part of Westland, and has the fewest concentration of Christian facilities, with a total number of 4 churches in total. A large proportion inhabitants are considerably devout Pagans, however there is also an almost equal percentage of Atheists or Irreligious people, the second highest of anywhere in Westland.