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Dramatic and powerful high quality video art of Icelands natural wonders. Information and legends about the Black Beach, Reynisdrangar, Dyrhólaey and the puffin. Unique handcrafts from the people in the area.
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This is a fantastic and warm pit-stop on your way to or from Reynisfjara. Amazing film, local, handmade items in the gift store, and clean bathrooms. I have traveled through Iceland three times, including a period of three months living here. This short cinematic wonder...More
A short movie so you don't get bored. But if it went on for an hour you'd still be enthralled. Helicopter rides all over Iceland - volcanoes, icebergs, wildlife. Located conveniently near the famous black sand beach west of Vik with basalt columns, caves, natural...More
Don't drive past this place - it looks (and is) tiny but it is so much nicer than the main tourist place down at the black beach. You can have a coffee, watch a puffin film, or as I did, simply chat to Marika who...More
After a warm welcome by a sweet Polish girl, we saw this stunning short film of an amazing country that is Iceland. Cinematography and music were gorgeous and suited to each other and nearly put a tear in our eyes. Worth a visit
This place is so cool! Little artsy shop with local Icelandic artist’s wears. They have great sweaters, hats, gloves, paintings, jewelry, post cards and other things all made by local artists. I bought great a watercolor painting of the church in Reykjavik, several cool wool...More
A seemingly simple stop in Vik on the way to the over crowded beach stop.
The little shop has local arts and gifts. For a small fee one can ejoy a cup of tea and a spectacular pictoral tour of Iceland played on a huge...More
I saw this on the internet when I was researching for my trip, and I put it on my list of things to do if the weather was bad (i.e. if I didn't fancy being outside)
The guy working there was lovely, and told me...More