Natural attractions

Vestrahorn

Vestrahorn Mountain Vestrahorn is a mountain located in South East Iceland. It is 454 m high with spiky peaks. Vesturhorn is best viewed from the

Natural attractions

Ljósastapi (The Elephant)

Ljósastapi (The Elephant) Located at the north eastern side of Vopnafjörður fjord is Skjólfjörur beach. It  has a rocky shore with unique colourful stones. Note

Natural attractions

Askja og Víti

Askja og víti  is a sunken crater and it is in the centre of an active volcano system. Lake Askja in the caldera of Askja

Waterfalls

Litlanesfoss

Litlanesfoss is located in North East Iceland next to the Lagarfljót Lake and close to the largest forest in Iceland, Hallormstaðarskógur. It is 30 meters

Waterfalls

Klifbrekkufossar

Klifbrekkufossar are located in Mjóifjörður on the East Coast of Iceland in the river Fjarðará. Klifbrekkufossar are made up of tiers of waterfalls that fall

Waterfalls

Hengifoss

Hengifoss, located in Hengifossá in the North East of Iceland close to the town of Egilstaðir, is the third highest waterfall in Iceland at 128

Waterfalls

Neðrifoss

Neðrifoss Neðrifoss is located in Vopnafjörður in the North East of Iceland. It is situated in Gljúfurá and drops into a canyon with high cliffs.

Waterfalls

Flögufoss

Flögufoss is located in East Iceland about 20 km west of the small village of Breiðdalsvík. It is situated in the river Flöguá that runs

Geothermal areas

Holuhraun

Holuhraun Lava Field Holuhraun is a new lava field located north of Vatnajökull glacier and south of lake Askja. It was created by fissure eruptions

Villages

Borgarfjörður Eystri (Bakkagerði)

Bakkagerði is a small 100-person village located in Borgarfjörður Eystri (65.541824, -13.817115) in east Iceland. The fjord is short and wide and there are many

Villages

Egilstaðir

Egilstaðir (GPS 65°15’44.77″N  14°23’51.61″W) is located in east Iceland by the river Lagarfljót. It has a  population of 2300 people. The distance from Reykjavík is

Villages

Eskifjörður

Eskifjörður (65° 4’40.87″N  14° 2’3.11″W) is located in the east coast of Iceland, and has the same name as the fjord. The population is about