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Nesjavellir 801, 801 Nesjavellir, Iceland
Protruding from a landscape of moss and lava less than an hour from Reykjavik lies one of the very few true luxury hotels outside of the island-nation’s capital, the Ion Adventure Hotel. What was once a no-frills barracks for workers at a...
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Friðheimar, Reykholt, Iceland
Friðheimar farm and restaurant is the perfect stop while you drive/hike through the golden circle. The theme of Friðheimar cuisine is tomatoes, in many different forms. And that’s not surprising, as four different varieties of tomato are...
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One of the most popular day trips from Reykjavík, this dramatic and scenic rift valley is both the historical site of Iceland’s Viking parliament and a geological wonder in its own right. Among the highlights are the...
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Þórsmerkurvegur, Iceland
Seljalandsfoss is one of the best-known waterfalls in Iceland. Seljalandsfoss right off Route 1, and it's impossible to miss. While it is a heavy tourist attraction, it's unlike any waterfall I've seen. In any other country, I would image this...
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On your way to see Dyrhólaey you'll come across an amazing lighthouse. It sits on top of the cliff that looks over Dyrhólaey and boasts 360 of mountains, ocean, and glaciers. This lighthouse is shaped like a small fortified castle with a vibrant...
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The Black Sand Beaches run along the southern coast of Iceland. Right off route 1 you'll find them on your way into Vík. While there are many famous sites to see along the way from Mydral to Dyrhólaey, walking the Black Sand Beaches are a site in...
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Dyrhólaey is just 10 minutes outside of Vík along the dramatic southern coastline of Iceland. When driving on the ring road you'll see signs for turnoffs to Mýrdal, but it isn't well marked. You can drive up to the coastline and walk around the...
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Vik, Iceland
Located in the not-so-easy-to-pronounce Mýrdalshreppur region, the small beachside town of Vík is bordered to the north by the immense (270-square-mile) Mýrdalsjökull, Iceland's fourth largest glacier, and to the south by...
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Reynisdrangar are basalt sea stacks situated under the mountain Reynisfjall near the village Vík í Mýrdal, southern Iceland which is framed by a black sand beach.Legend says that the stacks originated when two trolls dragged a three-masted ship to...