Start and endpoint on the Diamond Circle is Húsavík - famous for whale watching, nature and culture.
The main sight of this beautiful valley are the bizarre rocks called Kastali and Tröllið formed by volcanic activities.
This not to miss waterfall is one of the most giantic waterfall in Iceland: 30 meter wide and 12 meter deep.
A unique lake district with little bays, small penisulars and islands. A gas explosion formed this area 2.300 years ago.
An eruption 2.300 years ago - of course - is responsible for this landscape which is rarely to find on earth.
Do you like to explore a cave with warm water lakes that is hidden a rural and lunar landscape? Then you have to go to Grótagjá!
After lot's of hiking it is time to relax in the superb spa: 36-39 C warm water, saunas and spa treatment are waiting for you!
Stunnig geothermal pots: steaming, bubbling puddles, martian atmosphere. All in one place!
The steam of the volcano formed the crater and it's turquoise water in 1724. The last eruption was in 1984 and it is still active!
The most powerfull waterfall in Europe! 11.500 cubique meter water are dropping down the 44 meters every minute.
A horseshoe shaped canyon with distinctive rock formations formed during a glacial flooding.
The penisula with it's dramatic cliffs, green hills and stoney beaches are hiding a secret: 2 million years ancient fossils!