Explore the Icelandic South Shore; Waterfalls, volcanoes, glacial lagoon and black sand beaches
Duration: 6 days/5 nights
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.
Reykjanes is marked by its large lava fields, active volcanism, numerous hot springs, geothermal energy and rugged landscape, all this allowing little vegetation.
This rugged peninsula of unordinary beauty and unique landscape has always been best known for its fish industry the lighthouses and of course The Blue Lagoon. Some say that the lighthouses outnumber the villages. The main fishing towns to be found there are Grindavík, Sandgerði, Garður, Reykjanesbær and Vogar.
For more detailed information about attractions, villages and activities in the Reykjanes Peninsula be sure to go through our destination guide.