During your stay in Iceland, be sure to visit southern coast of the island – no doubt this trip will be one of the most interesting and impressive. South Iceland has fascinating blooming fields, waterfalls, sandy beaches, quiet fishing villages. You can see the famous sights of the region such as waterfalls Seljalandfoss and Skogafoss, picturesque farmlands, sandy shores of the ocean, fantastic cliffs Reynisdrangur and the most southern point of Iceland – a village Vik.
You will visit Cape Dyrholaey, towering above the coast in the form of high cliffs with the right arch. After rising to the upper observation deck, you’ll see the deserted beaches of the Atlantic with black sand and surf with a white line, stretching away as far as the eye can see.
Visiting the area Reynisfjara, you can also walk along this beach, and you’ll see the caves, though some of the inlaid stone pillars like a huge church organ. During the summer in these rocks nest large flocks of puffins.
In good weather, traveling along the southern coast of Iceland, your look will open the magical ice caverns of Myrdalsjokull and Eyajallajokull, and is located 10 km from the coast of the island Vestmannaeyjar, where in 1963 and 1973, there were volcanic eruptions.
Typically, the guests visited South Coast during a day trip from Reykjavik (Vic to the small village and back either during the day our guests visit all the sights of South Iceland, in the evening getting to the National Park Skaftafell, where by a private plane, people are delivered to Reykjavik.
Seljalandsfoss is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. This is a very picturesque waterfall and pictures of it can be found in many books and calendars, and even the beginning of the narrative in the TV show The Amazing Race 6, Phase One.
Seljalandsfoss is located between Selfoss, Hvolsvedlur, Skougar Skougafoss and waterfall and is located at the intersection of 1st ring road route.
The waterfall is on the river Seljalandsá and rises 60 meters (200 feet) above the cliffs of the former coastline. Deep indentation behind the waterfall can move freely behind him, watching for Seljalandsfoss thus from all sides. Especially recommended to visit the waterfall in the evening hours when the lighting around the falls becomes more saturated.