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All reviews down the road boat tour beautiful backdrop waters edge worth a visit much quieter stretch your legs diamond beach iceberg lagoon cool experience walk up huge chunks of ice parking lot rainy day floating ice black sand beach glacier
This glacier lagoon is much smaller than Jokulsarlon, but you can see the glacier at a closer distance.
This lagoon does not lead to the ocean, so it's a different view.
There is a cafe and WCs on site.
It's worth a short stop to...More
We liked this place almost better than Jokulsarlon due to the fact that we were able to stand on the large ice chunks by the land. It was a pretty decent hike but over good terrain with some stairs. Worth the extra time and stop.
Fjarsarlon is just down the road from Jokulsarlon. It is smaller, and - at least when we went - didn't have as many icebergs, nor as large icebergs, as at Jokulsarlon. It also didn't have as many people visiting it. Go ahead, stop and have...More
Fjallsarlon is located about 10 minutes drive south west from Jokulsarlon heading back towards Vik. It is not the easiest place to find because the car park is located well away from the main road but the best landmark is a large boat tours sign...More
I highly recommend the zodiac boat tour on this lagoon! Fun and informative. A real up close and personal experience. Our tour guide was great too. Definitely one of my favorite experiences in Iceland!!
We were told by the amphibian boat tour guide to be sure and stop here after visiting Jokulsarlon Lagoon. Glad we did. It's much windier than the Lagoon, but the glacier is so much closer. There are some icebergs in the water here too.
If you are looking for a charming, quiet and less populated iceberg lagoon, spend your time at Fjallsarlon. The parking is free. WC available if paying in the cafe, otherwise they are 300 kr. From the parking, there is a bit of a hike, both...More
Visited this lagoon as a friend had gone on a zodiac boat last year and was thrilled with it. However, this land locked lagoon is very small and the ice bergs minuscule in comparison to those in the Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon. Okay to walk down...More