A wonderful geothermal spa, located in a lava field. The bathing here is simply fabulous and great for your health.
The one that named them all. Usually, it erupts daily, but even if you don't manage to see the water, it is definitely worth a visit.
A stunning 60 metres high waterfall - and the best part is, you can go behind it. Definitely worth a visit for the magnificent scenery.
Perhaps one of the world's greatest natural jewels. The lagoon is a must-see while here and definitely worth the trip.
The beauty of this waterfall is simply stunning and something you will remember for life. A must-visit while on the island.
This architectural gem will take your breath away. The design of the building is really something unique and a must-see.
A UNESCO World Heritage site. The park is famous for being the first place where the Icelandic parliament assembled.
Come see one of the biggest waterfalls in the country! A legend says that it hides a treasure. On sunny days, a rainbow can be seen.
This small peninsula with cliffs is a protected area. It's home to many sea birds, including puffins, gulls and fulmars. Wonderful views.
A breathtaking nature reserve somewhat reminiscing alpine landscape. The climate is relatively mild which renders the park well accessible.
Take a walk around the crater and admire the contrast between the red rocks and the bright blue water, caused by the minerals from the soil.
This beach with black sand is a must if you want to take truly unusual photographs.
Sólfar is a modern sculpture by Jón Gunnar Árnason. Built in 1986, it symbolizes an ode to the sun, light and hope.
Set in the Vatnajökull National Park, it is said to be the most powerful waterfall in Europe. It's 45 metres high and 100 metres wide.
Also called the Waterfall of the Gods, this waterfall is truly impressive. Make sure to take some pictures here.
A lava tube that is often decorated with ice, thanks to the cold air that gets trapped in here. Definitely worth a visit.
A plane crashed on Sólheimasandur beach in 1973 and its remains can be still found here today.
Located 50 km from Reykjavik, the airport is easily accessible by the Flybus or taxi. The airport provides free WiFi for all of its passengers.
This small village, overlooked by the Systrafoss waterfall, is set in a beautiful landscape. Go on a hike and explore the surroundings.
With the height of 122 meters, Háifoss is the second highest waterfall in Iceland. It is easily accessible by car.
A popular tourist destination. The natural beauty is something to behold and the waterbirds population is abundant.