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Reykjavík Area

Cool, Quirky, and cutting-edge

Cool, quirky, and cutting-edge, Reykjavik will captivate you with an enticing combination of jaw-dropping nature just outside its doorstep and cosmopolitan delights. With a population of only 200,000, our northerly capital has an intimate atmosphere that is big on energy with a unique selection of chic hotels, sumptuous spas, award winning restaurants and a fabulous range of activities.

East Iceland

The secluded beauty of East Iceland

The secluded beauty of East Iceland with its breathtaking fjords and charming fishing villages is only just beginning to be discovered by travelers. The landscape exhibits an extraordinary palette of colors in a contrast of extremes with narrow fjords, jagged peaks, toppling waterfalls, geothermal hotspots, lush forests and endless green valleys where you can truly experience tranquility with nature.

West Iceland

Enormous area characterised by fjords

The West of Island is an enormous area characterised by fjords, valleys, volcanoes and craters. The pearl of the Snaefellsnes peninsula in the West is the Snaefellsjokull glacier. The west of Iceland is also where most of the Icelandic sagas, heroes or ventures took place.

North Iceland

Dancing along the edge of the Arctic Circle

Dancing along the edge of the Arctic Circle, North Iceland probably sounds pretty cold! Surprisingly, this area experiences some of the mildest temperatures in the country and offers a huge spectrum of scenery to explore, from the soft and gentle to the awesomely spectacular. Rich in history and wildlife, with amazing volcanic landscapes.

South Iceland

Mix of volcanoes and glaciers, geysers

The South coast of Iceland holds some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Iceland. The area boasts a unique mix of volcanoes and glaciers, geysers, hot springs and waterfalls, along with multiple historic sites like the UNESCO site of Thingvellir.


Dominated by dramatic large fjords and towering cliffs

The Westfjords in Iceland, dominated by dramatic large fjords, steep mountains and towering cliffs rising high from the sea, are one of the most scattered populated region of Iceland and often thought to have the most purest nature. The Westfjords are rich of birdlife and the region is renowned for witchcraft, sorcerers and wizards.

The Reykjanes peninsula

An active volcanic system under its surface

The Reykjanes peninsula is an active volcanic system under its surface, situated at the south western end of the island. The Peninsula is rather sparsely populated except for Reykjanesbaer, which is the largest town on the Peninsula.

The Highlands

Have you ever been to the middle of nowhere?

Have you ever been to the middle of nowhere? Iceland’s Interior Highlands are where man has never made his home and is still a rare visitor. Here, nature is still at its rawest, with glaciers, deserts of black sand, barren glacial moraine, steaming hot springs, active and spent volcanoes and strange oases of vegetation.