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Vista - beautiful, like so many other sites in Iceland. Do not miss if you are passing on that road. And, if you are careful with your lens or go early in the morning you can grab a picture with no crowds.
The beach of this little village is so nice, the waves are so strong, the wind pick-up's the top of the wave and you can see all that water been sweep away, so powewrfull. The wind is so powerfull and strong, quite an experiemce. You...More
A good spot to enjoy the beach and see some interesting and unique rock formations. There is also a cafe here with pretty good views, a gift shop and toilets.
However beware of the riptide and waves as these are very rough.
There is a small parking area and a short trail to the beach. Black sand beach, basalt cliffs and a small cave. A couple of sea stacks off the shore. HUGE waves with danger signs posted everywhere, yet people are totally oblivious to the danger...More
This entire area is just stunning. The black sand beach, the cave, the basalt columns, the sea and of course the rock formations. Be sure to walk over to the rock formations to see them closer. They really are impressive. Be careful, we saw during...More
We went to the community of VIK (Veek) and walked the black sand beaches and saw the cliffs and the cutback small caves. We also saw an extremely violent Atlantic Ocean. Combined, it was a picture perfect spot. As said by other reviews, there was...More
This was the best example of basalt columns that we found in Iceland. They looked like a pipe organ. Just need to be patient if you don't want a bunch of strangers in your photos of the columns. It was a beautiful day so we...More
The cliffs used to reach out to where the sea stacks are. Over time, the cliffs eroded, but the stacks stood tall, giving us the stacks we call Reynisdrangar. With the nearby cliffs, black sand beach, crashing waves, and bird life nearby, this area makes...More