Snæfellsnes is a 90 km long peninsula in West Iceland. Here you get an opportunity to witness a world of diversity.
Arnarstapi is a small fishing village with one of Iceland´s most beautiful natural harbor and rich bird life. Not far from Arnarstapi is Hellnar another ancient fishing village surrounded with columnar basalt cliffs. Both these villages are part of the setting of Bárðar saga, an Icelandic saga retelling the story of Bárður, half human, half troll. He now serves as the guardian spirit of Snæfe
Lóndrangar are a pair of rock pinnacles. They are volcanic plugs of basalt, 75 and 61 m tall. They are remnants from a big crater which now has eroded away.
Djúpalónssandur, the Black Lava Pearl Beach form a lava wonderland, the beach is made of small black smooth pebbles called Djúpalónsperlur or the Pearls of Djúpalón. On the beach you can find four lifting stones used by fishermen to measure their strength. They are Fullsterkur (“full strength”) weighing 154 kg, Hálfsterkur (“half strength”) at 100 kg, Hálfdrættingur (“weakling”) at 54 kg and Amlóði (“useless”) 23 kg. You can try to find out which category you belong to.
The beautiful Berserkjahraun, or the Berserk Lava Field, erupted approximately 3600-4000 years ago. The lava flows created two lakes on their southern side adding to the serenity and beauty of the landscape.
Gerðuberg is a particularly beautiful regular belt of basalt columns.The columns are 14 meters at their highest and around 1-1,5 meters wide. Gerðuberg is listed as a natural heritage.
And of course, Kirkjufell (“church mountain”), a dazzling mountain. The highlight of the trip for many photographers. It is said to be the most photographed mountain in Iceland.
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