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The thing I love about Icelandic beaches, is that they are all different and all made up of different materials. I dare to say it’s all of volcanic origin, but different consistencies and textures. Skardsvik, upon initial view, looks just like a tan sand beach.....More
Great spot to stop with your picnic lunch and watch the waves crash into the beach. It was a special place and one that not too many people know about it seems. Beautiful stroll on the beach after with all kinds of colors of little...More
Stop stop of paved road for those with small rentals not wanting to breach their insurance.
Nice walk to the lighthouse/well at Öndveröames, the path for which is not so obvious the beginning. Head in the general direction and look for the cairns.
I happened upon Skarðsvík Beach during my drive of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula while I was on my way to Svörtuloft Lighthouse.
It really looks stunning to see a golden beach in a country full of black sand beaches, especially against the lava rocks background and...More
This beach is amazingly beautiful. The bright colored sand against dramatic black rocks, and blue water. It was like no other beach I have ever seen before. It was also a pretty peaceful place. Its the kind of place one could sit for hours and...More