Lake Myvatn - A lot to discover

Mývatn is a volcanic and shallow lake in northern Iceland. On the northeastern shore, Reykjahlíð village has an information center and is a base for exploring the area. East of here, Mývatn Nature Baths have a naturally heated man-made lagoon, with mineral-rich waters known for their health-giving properties. A short distance away, near Námafjall M...

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Dyrholaey - Infinity

Dyrhólaey, formerly known by seamen as Cape Portland, is a small promontory located on the south coast of Iceland, not far from the village Vík. In fact, Dyrhólaey is the southernmost point in mainland Iceland. It was formerly an island of volcanic origin, which is also known by the Icelandic word eyja meaning island.Once you are on top in the high...

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Heinabergslón Glacier Lagoon

Heinabergslón is a less popular, and less known, glacial lagoon than its more famous counterpart, Jökulsárlón, but equally as beautiful.One of the major reasons as to why Heinabergslón is less visited is because it is found off the beaten path, requiring a short hike to reach it.This is in stark contrast to Jökusárlón, which can be found directly b...

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Askja - Unearthly

The famous Askja Caldera in the Dyngjufjoll Mountains – is located on the northern side of the Vatnajökull National Park. Askja is a 50 square kilometers subsidence cauldron formed when a lava chamber just under the surface of the earth emptied in a volcanic eruption and the roof above it collapsed. In fact, Askja consists of three interlinked caul...

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Arnarstapi - Silence

Arnarstapi was an important trading post in the past and had a much bigger population than it has now.Columnar basalt, ravines and grottoes surround the Arnarstapi pier. There is good anchorage for small boats.There is quite a large arctic tern colony in the village itself. A walk along the coastline is recommended to watch the birds and the magnif...

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