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Only a short drive from Vik, this place is one of the best views in Iceland. Looking over the black beach.
Take it easy on the way up as there’s a gravel road which wouldn’t be suitable for all vehicles. Also be careful at the...More
Whether sunrise, mid day or sundown,all times are well worth visiting this spot. Do not be off put by the uphill off road drive to get here. You should be renting 4WD vehicles to be safe here but a 2WD can get up this slope...More
This was a very nice break from what we had previously seen. It faces the ocean so when the wind blew, it was cold, especially in the winter. They had many paths to walk all throughout this nature area. You could see and hear the...More
The lighthouse and the sea in the night are just amazing. The lighthouse kinda lights the rocks and it was a bit foggy when i visited and it was truly magical. We were walking from a second parking lot since we didnt have a 4x4...More
The road to the top was pretty rough, but we had an AWD SUV and made it without issues. We also saw a few tiny cars make it to the top just fine as well, so it would seem that as long as you drive...More
Drove up to Dyrholaey Lighthouse where the blasting winds hammers you whilst you walk to enjoy the top view of Black Beach, The Columns and various rock formation. Walk up to the corner of the lighthouse to see the Dyrholaey Arch. Another inspiration landmark that...More
Honestly, what an awesome place and that could certainly be much better in a sunny day. All the way uphill and over there at the cliffs are simply stunning. What was meant to be a 15min stop as we were in a rush became easily...More
Hi, I also wouldn't advise climbing up there. I've seen plenty of people climbing behind the barriers in various places (including some rocks right over Gulfoss waterfall which was actually almost too scary to watch... More
Hi, I also wouldn't advise climbing up there. I've seen plenty of people climbing behind the barriers in various places (including some rocks right over Gulfoss waterfall which was actually almost too scary to watch) - nobody got hurt, but it is not only a matter of your own safety, but also an environmental issue. Iceland's nature already suffers enough from tourism, so one shouldn't really overdo it. - just my 2 cents