In West Iceland, culture, nature and history complement each other, creating a one-of-akind experience.
The Westfjords are characterised by tall mountains, bird cliffs, natural hot springs, and friendly fishing communities.
On the edge of the Arctic Circle, North Iceland is famous for its incredible mountains, lush farmlands and winter magic.
East Iceland is characterized by deep and narrow fjords and tall mountains.
South Iceland has diverse nature with great attractions that are easy to access and experience.
Reykjanes peninsula, a dramatic moss-covered lava field, is the location of Keflavik International Airport, where most visitors arrive in Iceland.