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Vík í Mýrdal

Vik in Mýrdalur (icel.Vík í Mýrdal) sis the southernmost village in Iceland, with population of about 350. Although it is the only coastal village in Iceland with no harbour. Thanks to paddle boats that are used for sightseeing cruiser for tourist. In Vík and the neighbouring coastline and mountains, there is a welth of contrast and landscapes renowned for their natural beauty. The beach south of Vik was named one of the ten most beautiful islands beaches in the word by Islands Magazine in 1991. Mt. Reynisfjall and its cliffs have few rivals in Iceland for richness of vegetation and bird life, and the sandy beach fo Vik is a large breeding colony for the Arctic tern. Sout of Reynisfjall rise thee rock pillars up to 66 m from the sea. Skessudrangar, Landdrangar and Langhamrar, which according to the local folklore are not rocks at all vut trolls turned to stone at sunrise. The 120 metre headland of Dyrholaey, ending in an unusual archway that can be sailed through by boats, lies to the west of Vík and is the southernmost point of mainland Iceland. Towering above the village is the 700 km2 glacier of Myrdalshhökull, beneath whose icy cap is hidden the powerful volcano Katla, which last erupted in 1918. Energetic hikers will be attracted by the foothill and moos leading up to Mýrdalsjökull glacier, renowned for their unique and breathtaking beauty. Other interesting local sights include the church at Reynir west of the village, the southernmost farm in Iceland (Garđar) and, on the nearby coast, columnar basalt cliff and caves.

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Stóra Mörk
Stóra-Mörk the a farm of one of Njala´s historical persone Ketill Sigfússon and his wife Ţorgerđur Njálsdóttir around the year 1000. In Stóra-Mörk 3 is now a dairy and a sheep farm and a farm holiday guesthouse open all year round

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Snorkeling in Iceland
Snorkeling Silfra, a rift in the lake Thingvellir is the ultimate experience on your stay in Iceland. Something out of the ordinary! The water is between 2 and 4°C cold and is the clearest on this planet. You will be snorkeling right between the American and the European continents. We will provide you with dive dry suits and thermo undergarments that will keep you warm and comfortable.

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