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EXPLORE THE REGIONS OF SOUTH ICELAND

South Iceland has a diverse and spectacular natural environment with
great attraction that is easy to access and experience all year
round. The great variety and the quality of services enables our
guests to enjoy the best of what Iceland has to offer.

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STUNNING PLACES TO SEE

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WINTER ADVENTURE

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NORTHERN LIGHTS

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NATIONAL PARKS

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CULTURE & PEOPLE

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VIDEOS FROM SOUTH ICELAND

A picture is worth a thousand words... and videos say even more. Mere
words do not describe what the south of Iceland offers; glaciers,
volcanoes, volcanic islands, geothermal spots, glacial rivers, black
sands, green pastures, marshes, lakes, undisturbed highlands and black
sand beaches.

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GLACIER ACTIVITIES

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FOOD & DRINK

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GEOTHERMAL BATHING

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THE ICELANDIC HORSE

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TRAVEL IDEAS

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MR. MOSS - EDUCATIONAL ANIMATED SHORT MOVIE


Mr. MOSS is the voice and face of all Icelandic moss. Is a funny,
entertaining and an educational animated short movie which shows Mr.
Moss advising on how we - human beings - should change our behaviors
in order to protect and respect his life.
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SOUTH ICELAND'S GREENHOUSE-TO-TABLE-RESTAURANT SCENE


Why Iceland’s greenhouse-to-table restaurant scene could be the
future of sustainable dining

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UPCOMING EVENTS

6. Dec

CRISTMAS CONCERT WITH A COUNTRY TWIST


Band by the locals, performing Christmas songs with a country twist

15. Dec

GUÐRÚN ÁRNÝ AT HENDUR Í HÖFN


One of Icelands best singers, singing her favorite Christmas songs
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SOUTH ICELAND, ENERGY, POWER AND PURITY

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NATIONAL PARKS

ÞINGVELLIR NATIONAL PARK

HISTORY
No single place epitomizes the history of Iceland and the Icelandic
nation better than Þingvellir by the river Öxará. At Þingvellir -
literally "Parliament Plains" - the Alþing general assembly was
established around 930 and continued to convene there until 1798.
Major events in the history of Iceland have taken place at Þingvellir
and therefore the place is held in high esteem by all
Icelanders. Today Þingvellir is a protected national shrine.

NATURE
In the last few decades, research has made it clear that Þingvellir
is a natural wonder on a international scale, with the geologic
history and the biosystem of Lake Þingvallavatn forming a unique
entity, a magnificent showcase.
Being able to witness the evolution and formation of new species in a
place like Lake Þingvallavatn is of immense value.
The Þingvellir area is part of a fissure zone running through
Iceland, being situated on the tectonic plate boundaries of the
Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
The faults and fissures of the area make evident the rifting of the
earth's crust.

VATNAJÖKULL NATIONAL PARK

Vatnajökull National Park, established in 2008, encompasses not only
all of Vatnajökull glacier but also extensive surrounding areas.
These include the national parks previously existing at Skaftafell in
the south and Jökulsárgljúfur in the north, so that today's
national park covers 14% of Iceland (about 13.920 km2 as of June 2014)
and ranks amongst Europe's largest.

In general, national parks are protected areas which are considered
unique because of their nature or cultural heritage. The unique
qualities of Vatnajökull National Park are primarily its great
variety of landscape features, created by the combined forces of
rivers, glacial ice, and volcanic and geothermal activity.

 

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JOKULSARLON GLACIER LAGOON


The main lagoon measures about 7 square miles (20 km2) and until 1932
was covered in thick glacial ice. Then the glacier started to retreat,
and nowadays more than 300 feet (100 m) of ice breaks away each year
to reshape the lagoon and fill it with spectacular icebergs.

Jökulsárlón has been a part of the Vatnajökull National Park since
1017. The lagoon is open to the sea and so contains a mixture of salt
and freshwater, giving it a unique blue-green color. There are
hundreds of seals here in the winter and the lagoon supports many
species of fish including krill, herring, trout and, occasionally,
salmon.

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KATLA GEOPARK

KATLA GEOPARK includes geological features of global significance.
Over 150 volcanic eruptions have been recorded in the area since the
9th century. The eruptions created the landscape and influenced where
people settled. Through the centuries, man and nature have affected
the region's history. The area is constantly changing due to the
volcanic activity.

A GEOPARK is defined as a territory, which includes a particular
geological heritage and a sustainable territorial development strategy
to promote development. It must have clearly defined boundaries and
sufficient surface area for true territorial economic development.

The Geopark covers about 9% of Iceland, 9542 km2, and follows the
borders of three municipalities, Skaftárhreppur, Mýrdalshreppur and
Rangárþing eystra. About 2700 people live within the Geopark.
GeologyIceland lies astride the Mid-Atlantic Ridge where tectonic
plates move apart from each other, causing a rift zone. A mantle plume
exists below the country, centred beneath Vatnajökull ice cap. In
South Iceland the interaction of the rift zone and the mantle plume
results in complex and diverse volcanic activity. Volcanic activity
and its widespread effect on the area's nature and landscape make
Katla Geopark very special.

The Geopark is in the most volcanically active area of Iceland, and
the volcanic systems at Eyjafjallajökull, Katla, and Grímsvötn are
particularly active. The region is characterised by central volcanoes,
eruptive craters and fissures, rootless cones, lava fields, table
mountains (tuyas), and hyaloclastite ridges which trend SW-NE, like
the rift zone.

Ice caps are prominent in the landscape, topping the highest
volcanoes. Outlet glaciers and glacial rivers flow from them and
glacial landforms, e.g. moraines and ice-dammed lakes, occur in the
area. Large floods, usually glacier outbursts associated with
subglacial eruptions, have formed outwash plains in the lowlands. The
oldest bedrock in the area is about 2.5 million years old, and can be
found at the base of Lómagnúpur, an old sea-cliff (671 m). Other
interesting features in the Geopark are fossil-bearing xenoliths, and
tephra layers which are useful for dating (tephrochronology).

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RECREATION

Outdoor enthusiasts feel at home in South Iceland. Not only does the
region have flourishing lowland agricultural communities, but majestic
peaks for those desiring a challenge. Other recreational activities
include scenic walks and bird watching, trips on the seashore, ice
climbing, kayaking, rides on 4-wheelers, rafting down rivers, and the
Njáll’s Saga Tours. A pleasant sequel is going swimming, golfing,
fishing or riding the small but sturdy Icelandic horse. Another animal
favourite is the whale, seen on trips from the Westman Islands. The
more adventurous seek out 4WD vehicles or snow scooters on the
glaciers, and in the summer trips are scheduled to Þórsmörk and the
Laki craters. 

The numerous museums include the Folk and the Natural History Museums
in the Westman Islands, Skógar Folk Museum, and the Folk museum in
Eyrarbakki. The region welcomes everyone to summertime family
festivals, including Töðugjöld in Rangárþing county, Blóm í bæ
in Hveragerði, The Lobster Festival in Höfn, Grímsævintýri in
Grímsnes and Grafningshreppur, and the mid-summer celebration at
Eyrarbakki. 

SOUTH ICELAND IS AN INVITATION TO ADVENTURE.

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VÍK

Mýrdalshreppur is one of the three municipalities within Katla
Geopark, a UNESCO Global geopark. Vík in Mýrdalshreppur is situated
in the center of the Geopark and is also Iceland's southernmost
village. The muncicipality is bordered by Mýrdalsjökull glacier to
the north, Jökulsá river to the west, Blautakvísl river to the east
and black sand beaches to the south. Due to the sandy beaches and
rough seas, Vík remains Iceland's only sea-side village which has no
harbour. Despite the lack of port, it has for long been an important
trading post for farmers along the south coast of Iceland.

ACTIVITIES

The Vík area is truly a place of outdoor adventures. Mýrdalsjökull
glacier offers opportunities such as guided glacier hikes, year-round
ice cave explorations, glacier-lagoon kayaking and snowobiling near
Katla volcano. The adrenaline will surely kick in on an ATV tour on
the black sand beaches of Sólheimasandur; Zip-lining down a canyon or
floating in the air in a thrilling paragliding adventure. For those
who prefer to have both feet on the ground, there are numerous hiking
routes in the area and a golf course in beautiful scenery at the
outskirts of Vík. Last but not least, a horse riding tour along the
black sand beach overlooking Reynisdrangar sea stacks is an
unforgettable experience.

MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITIONS

The Icelandic Lava Show is the only place in the world where you can
safely see molten lava at 1100 degrees Celcius. It is a unique
exhibition which no visitor should miss. At Katla center, you will
find a free exhibition about Katla volcano and the global geopark the
town is situated in. The town's unique seafaring history is depicted
in the Skaftfellingur maritime museum, whose centerpiece is
undoubtedly the wooden ship Skaftfellingur which was used to freight
products and people along the harbourless coast up until the mid 20th
century.

HIKING

Nestled between the black sands and the white glacier cap are grassy
hills and mountains. A walk up Reynisfjall mountain is a local
favorite, providing views over the Atlantic and close proximity to
gorgeous bird cliffs. A walk up Hatta mountain will in addition give
you a view over the glacier and Heiðarvatn lake. On Hjörleifshöfði
cape you will find ruins of an old farm and a viking burial mound. A
drive to Þakgil canyon (accessible in summer only) will provide you
with even more hiking opportunities. You will find maps and
information about hiking and activities at the Katla information
center at Víkurbraut 28, Vík.

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EYRARBAKKI

Eyrarbakki, pop 526, is a friendly village that, in earlier times,
used to be the largest commercial community and the main harbor on the
South Coast of Iceland. A large number of preserved houses from the
period 1890-1920 are situated in Eyrarbakki and therefore a visit is
like reveriting a 100 years back in time. Other popular tourist
attractions are The Eyrabakka Martime Museum and the Árnessýsla Folk
Museum, located at legendary "The House" in Eyrarbakki, built in 1765.
A fine campsite, hostel, guesthouses and restaurant, are also in
Eyrarbakki. On the rocky shoreline you can witness an amazing view of
the Atlantic Ocean, as well as watching the surf break. It is an ideal
spot for hiking and bird watching. The Flói Bird Reserve lies
northwest of Eyrabakki. It is an important nesting area, especially
for wetland birds and is listed in The Bird Life International
Association.

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URRIDAFOSS WATERFALL



Urriðafoss is a waterfall in Þjórsá River. Þjórsá is Iceland's
longest river, 230 km, and Urriðafoss is the most voluminous
waterfall in the country. This mighty river drops down (360 m3/sec) by
the edge of Þjórsárhraun

lava field in beautiful and serene surroundings. Þjórsárhraun lava
field is the result of the greatest lava flow on earth since the Ice
Age. Located right off highway 1.

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INTERESTING MUSEUMS

South Iceland has all kinds of museums and exhibitions. Most of them
are pretty standard but others are dedicated to more abstract things,
such as eruptions and other curious phenomena.

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GULLFOSS WATERFALL

Gullfoss is actually two separate waterfalls, the upper one has a drop
of 11 metres and the lower one 21 metres. The rock of the river bed
was formed during an interglacial period.

Water flows over Gullfoss at an average rate of 109 cubic metres per
second. The heaviest floods have recorded a flow of 2000 cubic metres
per second. During the summer the flow is 130 cubic metres per second,
which would take only 3 seconds to fill this building. People were
eager to exploit the power potential of Gullfoss and many plans for
hydroelectric developments on the river Hvítá have been proposed.

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SELJALANDSFOSS AND GLJUFRABUI WATERFALLS


A unique waterfall in the river Seljalandsá, about 30 km west from
Skógar. It is 60 meters high with a foot path behind it at the bottom
of the cliff, but with a thin cascade. It is the only known waterfall
of its kind, where it is possible to walk behind it. The waterfall is
very picturesque and therefore its photo can be found in many books
and calendars.

Access to the waterfall is from the farm of Seljaland along the Ring
Road, Iceland's main highway. A little further to the west there are
several other falls, among them the interesting Gljúfrabúi which is
partially masked by its own canyon. Access to it is from Hamragarðar
farm along the road, east of Markarfljót.

Both of these "DO-NOT-MISS" attractions lie very close to the main
Ring Road at the base of the Eyjafjallajökull Glacier, on the road
leading in to Thorsmörk.

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VESTMANNAEYJAR (WESTMAN ISLANDS)


The Westman Islands are a group of islands off the south coast of
Iceland. They consist of 15 islands in addition to 30 cliffs and
skerries that make up the archipelago. Heimaey is the only island
inhabited all year long.

The first sources of the Westman Islands can be found in Landnáma, a
medieval Icelandic written work which describes the settlement of
Iceland. Landnáma tells the story of Ingólfur Arnarson, Iceland's
first settler. His foster brother, Hjörleifur Hróðmarsson, was
killed by his slaves. The slaves fled to the islands but Ingólfur
Arnarson hunted them down and killed them. These slaves, originated
from Ireland, were known as the West Men, thus the name, the Westman
Islands. Still today, many places in the Westman Islands bear names
from the event.

The first settler of the island of Heimaey was Herjólfur Bárðarson,
who lived in the valley Herjólfsdalur, approx. in the year 900.

Three times in the history of the Westman Islands, the population has
taken considerable dives. First in the year 1627 during the events
known as the The Algerian Pirate Raid when 234 people were captured by
pirates from Algeria. The islanders also suffered greatly in the early
18th century, when more than half of all newborns died from neonatal
tetanus. Lastly, the population of the Westman Islands went from 5100
to 200, temporarily, during the 1973 volcanic eruption, as all the
inhabitants fled to the mainland. Today around 4.300 people live in
the Westman Islands.

There are two ways to get to Vestmannaeyjar, by ferry or by plane. The
ferry Herjolfur sails up to five times a day from the harbour at
Landeyjahöfn to Vestmannaeyjar and back again. The ferry ride takes
approximately half an hour. Make sure to book in advance, especially
if you intend to bring your car or motorcycle or caravan with you, as
the ferry is very popular during summer when Icelanders are on
holidays, too. The ferry Herjolfur can be found online and on facebook
if you want to plan your trip early, and there is a bus servicing
travellers wanting to get to Landeyjahöfn or back to Reykjavík, as
well. Vetsmannaeyjar is only 20 minutes away from Reykjavik by plane.
Eagle Air Iceland flies two times a day to and from Vestmannaeyjar.
For further information please turn to Eagle Air's website where you
can get detailed information on flight schedules and prices as well as
book online. It's possible to fly with Atlatsflug from Bakki to
Vestmannaeyjar. The tourist information in Vestmannaeyjar is also more
than ready to assist you if you have any questions regarding your
trip.

Visit Vestmannaeyjar invites you to explore our website and find out
what the tourist industry has to offer for our visitors in
Vestmannaeyjar. On our site you will find general information about
the members of the tourist industry, services and upcoming events on
the island. You can look for information on how to plan your journey,
by ferry or by plane. Entertainment, boat trips and museums, you will
find it in visitvestmannaeyjar.is! If you plan to stay overnight,
which we totally reconmend, you can find information on accommodation
and of course where to dine, restaurants, cafés or just at the
typicall Icelandic "sjoppa", we have it all.

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THE CULTURE MAP OF SOUTH ICELAND


The southern part of Iceland is rich in history, art and cultural
events. In the local museums and exhibitions you can find information
on volcanoes, glaciers and the Icelandic biological diversity,
literature and poets, Icelandic seafarers‘ history and marine
biology, fishing, chess, rocks, and moss, in addition to the diverse
history of various towns and villages in South Iceland. Learn about
environmentally friendly hydro-power plants, the practical use of
geo-thermal energy, and get familiar with what it is like to live in a
geo-thermally active area. Explore local art, architecture, or maybe
drop by the last cave-dwellers of Iceland.

The Culture Map of South Iceland contains an image of South Iceland
and useful information about local museums and exhibitions. You can
get the culture map at the local museums and exhibitions.

The Culture Map of South Iceland ensures you offers and discounts at
museums and exhibitions.
The Culture Map discounts do not apply with other offers; such as
group discounts.

 

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SOUTH ICELAND

TOWNS & VILLAGES

The south of Iceland has several towns and villages, each with its own
style, charm and points of interest. Selfoss is the largest town and
has a variety of shops, services, many restaurants and fast food
places. Most towns are close to the main route, making them accessible
and enjoyable.

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LIKE TO VISIT OTHER PARTS OF ICELAND?

Planning to visit other regions of Iceland? North, South, East, West,
with non-stop panoramas and natural wonders to be discovered. Every
region has its unique qualities. Take your time and experience some of
the most amazing scenery that Iceland has to offer and let us help you
plan your trip.

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* How to get to South Iceland

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ACTIVITIES

* Day tours
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* Winter adventures
* Golf courses
* Boat tours
* Snowmobile and ATV tours

* Horse riding tours


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* Geothermal bathing
* Icelandic horse
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* VISIT SOUTH ICELAND
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* SOUTH ICELAND TOURIST INFORMATION
* Sunnumörk 2
* 810 Hveragerði
* tourinfo(at)hveragerdi.is
* Phone: 00 354 483 4601

* MUST DO IN SOUTH ICELAND
* Thingvellir National Park

* Vatnajökull National Park

* Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon

* Gullfoss Waterfall
* The Great Geysir
* Eyjafjallajökull Glacier

* The Highland
* Interesting Museums
* Hiking
* Discover Iceland riding a horse

* Geothermal Swimming-pools

* The Vatnajökull Region
* Katla Geopark

* ICELAND'S OFFICAL TRAVEL WEBSITE
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* www.westfjords.is
* www.northiceland.is
* www.east.is
* www.south.is
* www.visitreykjanes.is

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SAFE TRAVEL IN ICELAND

TO MAKE TRAVEL IN ICELAND SAFER - FOR YOUR SAFE RETURN
Safetravel.is is run by ICE-SAR and is part of a bigger project,
simply named Safetravel. In that project a number of companies, public
institutions and individuals join hands and the goal is to lower the
rate of accidents in travel and tourism in Iceland.

THE 112 ICELAND APP can be used for two things, both for added safety
on your Iceland trip.
First of all you can call for help by pressing the red Emergency
button. Your location will be sent by text message to the 112 response
center. Remember that even though your phone shows no signal there is
a possibility that you can send text message.

The green Check In button is for you to leave your location with us so
if something happens we have more information to work with. Only the 5
last locations are stored and we recommend you use this – don’t
worry – you are not disturbing anyone – except for our big
computer who wants to be disturbed.

On Safetravel.is you can find extensive amount of information which
can help you plan your travel to and around Iceland in more safe and
secure way.



LOCAL TIME AND WEATHER

Hellisheiði Þrengsli Eyrarbakki Þingvellir Gullfoss Árnes
Vestmannaeyjabær Hvammur Mýrdalssandur Kirkjubæjarklaustur
Skaftafell Höfn í Hornafirði


4 m/s

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AURORA FORECAST

WHEN TO SEE THE NORTHERN LIGHTS IN ICELAND?
The best time is between 21:00-03:00 although they can often be seen
early evening or during the night. The official Northern Lights season
in Iceland is from October till March. The more activity the more
likely it is that you will see the northern lights but that is not
all. There is never a guarantee of spotting the northern lights, but
northern lights forecast by vedur.is are good. Clear skies are
necessary, when we have clear skies in Iceland It is usually cold. So
be sure to wear the right clothing.
NORTHERN LIGHTS FORECAST
The Icelandic Met Office does Northern Lights Forecast which is good
to use.
Visit the Icelandic Met Office www.vedur.is
, for more info.



DRIVING IN ICELAND

 

Always check the road conditions
The weather is not the same in different regions of Iceland. Here
below are good websites to use when travelling in Iceland in
winter. Vedur.is is the official website for weather in Iceland. But
it doesn’t always give the right picture road.is, the website for
the Icelandic Road Administration, is the best website to use if you
use it right.If you are unsure then you can call 1777 and ask for the
conditions (open 06:30-22:00) or 1778 an automatic telephone service
open all day.

Driving in Iceland can be tricky - but if you listen carefully
to Elfis  you should be fine.

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