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NATURE 2016-11-22T19:02:52+00:00

NATURE IN REYKJAVÍK

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Sterna Travel

Sterna Travel is a tour operating company that offers an excellent range of guided tours around Iceland. They are able to take you to all the major highlights around Iceland.

2017-06-03T10:02:22+00:00

The Cave

The Cave is a family-owned business based out of the historic farm of Fljótstunga in Western Iceland. They specialise in cave exploration tours in the largest cave in Iceland, Víðgelmir.

2017-06-27T11:18:07+00:00

Iceland Premium Tours

Iceland Premium Tours offer high-quality, premium tours for all ages with the focus on creating a special experience that you’ll remember. The variety of tours at GoldenTours is excellent...

2016-11-05T21:00:42+00:00

Viðey

Viðey is the largest island of the Kollafjörður Bay in Iceland, near Reykjavík. The island has archaeological remains dating back to the early 10th century.

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Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach

Nauthólsvík is a little paradise and one of the best places to spend a sunny summer’s day in Reykjavík and attracts over half a million guests annually.

2016-11-04T20:12:53+00:00

Elliðarárdalur

In the middle of Reykjavík city, you will find a hidden nature gem called Elliðaárdalur valley. It's a lush and peaceful recreational area that not many travelers know about.

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Esja

Esja dominates the Reykjavík skyline and provides a stunning backdrop to the capital area. It is the landmark mountain of Reykjavík, visible off the city’s north shore.

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Öskjuhlíð

Öskjuhlíð is a popular recreation area for Reykjavíkers who flock here by foot or with mountain bikes to explore the network of beautiful small paths.

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Heiðmörk

Heiðmörk was established as a conservation area in 1950, with over five million plants and about 150 species of flowers, making it the largest forest in the capital region.

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Lake Hvaleyrarvatn

In great contrast to the rough and rugged lava field, the quiet and lush Hvaleyrarvatn Lake and its surrounding area offers an idyllic spot to spend an afternoon or to take a morning stroll.

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Hellisgerði Park

The enchanting Hellisgerði Park is known for its huldufólk, or hidden people. Hidden people include elves, dwarves, and other mystical creatures.

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Reykjavík Botanic Garden

The Botanic Garden is a collection of living plants, located in Laugardalur, Reykjavík and is a popular outdoor recreational area among the capital’s residents.

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Laugardalur Valley

Laugardalur serves as the capital’s main sports area with a large open-air geothermal swimming pool, a soccer stadium, sports hall, botanical gardens, family park and zoo.