Relaxation With a View
One of the most famous thermal spas, the "Blue Lagoon" spa in Grindavik, offers pure relaxation and promotes skin regeneration. In the pools with temperatures between 37 and 42 °C you can enjoy the grandiose view of the region. If you want to stay overnight, take a look at our hotel recommendations.
High and Raging
The geysers in Iceland are one of many impressive natural phenomena. With incredible pressure, they catapult water into the sky. We recommend the valley "Haukadalur". If you drive the "Golden Circle", you can take a closer look there at geysers and hot springs.
Magic Northern Lights
August to April is the ideal time to admire Iceland's dreamlike northern lights. The prerequisites are: a cloudless sky and deep darkness. In our hotel recommendations you will find some great places to stay to marvel at the aurora borealis in nature.
Icelanders believe in elves and to this day, if necessary, guide the roads around regions where they suspect the mythical creatures to be. Elves (also called nature spirits) play a central role in many sagas and stories. It is therefore not surprising that Iceland has its own elf commissioner.
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