Seljalandsfoss is an unique 60 meter high waterfall at the bottom of a cliff with a foot path behind. Skógafoss is a classically-shaped rectangular waterfall. Adding to its allure is that the high volume of water makes it thunder and produce a rainbow-yielding mist that often make these falls a photographer’s dream under sunny skies.
On top in the higher area of Dyrhólaey the southern most tip of Iceland you will have a breathtaking view to all directions, during the summer it’s the best place to see puffins.
Reynisfjara shore known also as the Black Sand Beach is the world-famous shore. Black pebble beach and features an amazing cliff of regular basalt columns resembling a rocky step pyramid, which is called Gardar.