On a trip to the amazing Iceland this January, my husband and I ended our first day at the small seaside town of Eyrarbakki. I wasn't prepared for how beautiful the Icelandic coast would be. The sun started its slow descent right around 4:45 each afternoon, but the sun didn't fully set until around 6:00 p.m., making for the longest and most beautiful sunsets I've ever witnessed.
I loved this quaint beach house nestled on an isolated stretch of beach in Eyrarbakki. Now that's an ocean view! The beach house looked so warm and cozy on an otherwise frigid afternoon, and I could practically picture the family inside relaxing in front of a crackling fire, watching the sun's slow descent. I wondered if they ever got tired of watching the sun set in Iceland but decided that would be impossible.