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Best places to visit in Iceland

Iceland’s culture and natural landscapes are unlike anywhere else. A place with such diverse landscapes isn’t for everyone, but for those who love nature and are unfazed by cold weather, Iceland is not to be missed.

Situated in the volcanic region of Myvatn, Viti is a beautiful crater that is good for a pleasant hike.
A superb canyon where you can hike and enjoy a wild landscape.
Located in the north of the country, Blonduos has several museums as well as a river full of salmon which brings fishermen here from all over the world. 
Borgarnes is a pleasant little town at the entrance to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. It has some great establishments and a stunning view over the fjord.
A vast fjord that you can cross by ferry to get to Snafellsnes peninsula from Brjanslaekur in the Western Fjords and vice versa.
A pleasant town and a base from which to explore the surroundings, including Iceland's only forest!
This fissure is in fact a wide canyon which stretches nearly 75 km. It is a perfect example of the volcanic activity that characterises Iceland and its influence on the landscape.
It's undoubtedly the most French city in Iceland, a small fishing port on the borders of the Eastern Fjords.
Geysir is home to a spectacular natural phenomenon that holds no bounds when it comes to the sense of excitement and anticipation it provides. Though the site has recently been fenced off and an entrance fee introduced, it still remains one of the absolutely essential places to see when visiting Iceland.
A village of fishermen on the slope of the cliff, with a beautiful pebble beach, steep cliffs and an excellent coffee to regain strength after the stroll...
A majestic mountain, for a climb off the beaten track.
What would Iceland be without its waterfalls? This one is located in the south of the country, not far from Fludir, on the road towards Landmannalaugar.
Holmavik is a pleasant village in the western fjords, famous for its witch museum.
Isafjordur, the "capital" of the fjords of Western Iceland, is nestled on a sandbank and has an end-of-the-world feel about it.
The geothermal energy of Reykjanes Peninsula has many points in common with that of the north and is very easily accessible from Reykjavik.
Laki is a succession of craters situated in the south of the island. The site is difficult to access because it is situated on a track reserved for 4x4s but offers a beautiful hike for a few hours.
A beautiful peninsula on Reykjavik's doorstep that's often overlooked by tourists.
Tear yourself away from the waterfall and visit the excellent Folk Museum where you'll discover a lot about the country's history and past. 
Sometimes renamed "Little Iceland", Snaefellsnes Peninsula concentrates all the different landscapes that can be seen in Iceland.
A dirt track leads around this charming peninsula where you can see seals, come across sheep, admire lighthouses and especially a quite extraordinary rock: the Hvitserkur.
With turquoise thermal waters, Iceland’s Blue Lagoon is one of the country’s most visited and well-known sites.
A very small fishing village nestled in a fjord in the East Fjords.
A little fishing village enclosed in the fjords of eastern Iceland.
Like most of the little islands around Iceland, Flatey is above all a stop for ornithologists and lovers of nature and tranquility.
Fludir itself doesn't have any major sites, but it's a handy base from which to explore the area.
One of Iceland's numerous volcanoes.
At nearly 100 km from Reykjavik, it is a good base from which to visit the south of the island, especially for those who want to enjoy one of the most beautiful hotels in the country.
A pleasant village and only hamlet of this size in the southeast of the island.
A wide fjord which often goes unnoticed because a tunnel now allows you to bypass it and save a lot of time and distance.
A small village in the south of the island with strong geothermal activity.

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