The Eyjafjoll Region and The Village of Vik
VIK | The southernmost village in Iceland, renowned for the breathtaking black beaches of REYNISFJARA. To the west lies DYRHOLAEY, a promontory formed by a submarine volcanic eruption and known for its large, distinctive archway.
SKOGAR | A tiny village that is home to not only a fantastic folk museum - which contains an outstanding collection of artifacts and impressive turf houses - but it is also home to SKOGAFOSS, one of Iceland’s largest waterfalls with a width of 82 feet and a drop of 200 feet.
SELJALANDSFOSS | One of the most picturesque waterfalls in all of Iceland. Here, the river SELJALANDSA drops 200 feet over the cliffs of what used to be the island‘s coastline. If favorable conditions allow (and if you don‘t mind getting a bit wet!), it is possible to walk behind the waterfall.
EYJAFJALLAJOKULL | The famous volcano/glacier that grounded most of the European flights for a week during the historic eruption in 2010.
Interesting Sights in the Area