Best Spots in Iceland
Laugarvatn, Iceland
lodging
Golden Circle Apartments
It seems like you are driving around in an enormous national park driving from one magnificent natural wonder to another. It is not strange that 80% of all tourist going to Iceland is there for nature and the majority stays in Reykjavik and do daily excursions to Golden Circle.
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Skogar, Vik and Myrdalsjokull, Iceland
destination • experience
Seljavallalaug Swimming Pool
We woke up and drove off to Seljavallalaug, which is the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. You need to park your car around 20 min walk to Seljavallalaug swimming pool which and the walk is not the easiest due to small rivers and slippery stones but when you get there it´s all worth it! We were very lucky and only had to share our dip with a local couple who was doing their daily routines. Be careful when trying to get there because the GPS might show you to a village 40 min from there with the same name.
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HI, United States
outdoors
Punalu‘u Beach
This is definitely one of the most unique locations we have ever seen and one of the places to visit in Iceland. The contrast between the black sand of lava from the vulcanos, the green mountain tops and the enormous waves from the ocean. However this is definitely one of the places to visit either early in the morning or for sunset, otherwise, you might experience a lot of tourist at the beach.
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Iceland, IS
outdoors
Jökulsárlón
As mentioned earlier Iceland is called the country of fire and ice, but to be honest I didn’t expect to see massive pieces of ice floating around in the water like at the Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon! This was truly one of the most magnificent things we saw doing our stay in Iceland and another place to visit in Iceland!
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Iceland, IS
destination • experience
Gjáin
These are 3 waterfalls located close to the Golden Circle but not a place a lot of tourist reaches due to the 1 hour longer drive than the regular tourist attractions at the Golden Circle. However, these are the most beautiful and unique waterfalls we saw in Iceland and we had them completely to our selves. Gjáin and Haifoss are the most remarkable ones and the ones you should priorities if hunting waterfalls!
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