If you are traveling road no. 1 from Kirkjubæjarklaustur in the direction of Höfn (about 15 km east of Kirkjubæjarklaustur) you will see a sign Dverghamrar. At this location, you will find columnar jointed basalt formations and an interesting story about fairy people who live in the rocks. Unfortunately for us, one minute after our arrival at this locale, a tour bus stopped and the place was overrun by a horde of tourists. The geological formation is small but pretty but it was difficult to appreciate when there are great numbers of people visiting at the same time. While at Dverghamrar, you can observe the Foss a Sidu waterfall across the street from the Dwarf Cliffs. For a similar but more interesting stop, I would recommend a stop at Dyrholaey or Reynisdrangar beaches where there are better geological formations and lots of room to explore.
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