Skógafoss Waterfall in Iceland

Skógafoss waterfall in Iceland

Sk√≥gafoss is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. Sk√≥gafoss is located in the south of Iceland in the village of Sk√≥gar. The waterfall is located along the Sk√≥g√° river, dropping a massive 60 meters (almost 200 ft), creating a true spectacular sight. The waterfall is 25 meters wide (82 feet). Visit Sk√≥gafoss Waterfall…

Mia’s Country Van – Local Fish & Chips

Elke carrying food at Mia's Country Van in Skógar

A place worth mentioning in the south of Iceland is Mia’s Country Van, a local fish & chips restaurant. As you probably already would have guessed, at Mia’s Country Van you can eat fish & chips. Mia‚Äôs Country Van is located in the town of Sk√≥gar, next to the ring road of Iceland. So it‚Äôs…

Dyrhólaey Lighthouse and Kirkjufjara Beach

Kirkjufjara Beach and the Dyrhólaey arch

Dyrh√≥laey is a small peninsula in the south of Iceland with a lighthouse and views of the surrounding areas. In the surrounding of the peninsula, you‚Äôll find a basalt arch, the black sand beach Kirkjufjara‚Ķ It‚Äôs a great spot for bird watching. Dyrh√≥laey is located close to the town Vik. The Dyrh√≥laey Peninsula Our initial…

Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach Iceland

Elke on the Icelandic black sand beach Reynisfjara with the basalt sea stacks Reynisdrangar in the back

Reynisfjara is a black sand beach in Iceland located close to the town of Vik. Located close to the ring road, it‚Äôs certainly worth a visit. You can explore the black sand of the beach, see the basalt sea stacks Reynisfjara and see the basalt columns that form the cliffs. These natural phenomena make for…

Seljavallalaug Swimming Pool in Iceland – Tips & Map

Seljavallalaug swimming pool with the changing facilities in the back

The swimming pool Seljavallalaug is located in the south of Iceland, between the town √Ās√≥lfssk√°li and Skogafoss. Seljavallalaug is an outdoor geothermal swimming pool located off the beaten path, only reachable by hiking. The pool is located within the beautiful scenery of Iceland, making this a special place to go for a swim. History of…