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The top 148 attractions in Suðurland

Waterfalls in Selfoss
Gullfoss Falls
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The famous golden waterfall of Iceland is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the region. It is in the Selfoss area which
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Waterfalls in Skógar
Skógafoss Waterfall
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The Skógafoss waterfall is on the south of the island. It is about 25 meters wide and about 60 meters high and is in the middle of
Volcanoes in Selfoss
Geysir
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Seeing the great Geyser in Selfoss in Iceland is a unique experience. It is one of the most visited attractions in the country al
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Waterfalls in Selfoss
Seljalandsfoss
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The Seljalandsfoss waterfall is in Iceland, in the southern part of the Nordic island. Very close to the black sand beaches and th
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Beaches in Vík í Mýrdal
Vik Beach
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This small village in southern Iceland has beautiful black sand beaches. Though you can't swim because the water is frozen, it's s
Nature Reserves in Hveragerði
Þingvellir National Park
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From Reykjavik you can see the three most prominent landmarks of Iceland towards Pingvellir on Ring Road 1, north and then by 36.
Nature Reserves in Hvolsvöllur
Vatnajökull
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The Skaftafell National Park (http://www.Vatnajokulsthjodgardur.Is/) is the largest in Iceland and Europe. The park, equivalent to
Of Cultural Interest in Laugarvatn
Strokkur geyser
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This is the geyser that gives its name to all the other geysers in the world. It is, of course, a column of hot steaming water; t
Lakes in Laugarvatn
Pingvallavatn Lake
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In Reykjavik, the complete tour of the three most famous places in Iceland starts in the capital (Thingvellir) then continues towa
Waterfalls in Selfoss
Oxafarfoss Fall
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The Oxara Waterfall is situated at one end of the area of Pingvellir Oxara. According to legend, the Althing members diverted the
Cities in Vík í Mýrdal
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Volcanoes in Selfoss
Kerid Crater
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After visiting Gullfoss, you head towards the south to Selfoss. In the Grimsnes area, 4 kilometres from highway 35 and 36 crossroa
Cliffs in Vík í Mýrdal
Dyrholaey
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Dyrhólaey is a small peninsula in the south of Iceland, near the town of Vik í Myrdal. It's home to many birds that live on the is
Nature Reserves in Reykholt
Jökulsárlón
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Jokulsarlon Lagoon is a beautiful place. It's a lagoon in which you'll find pieces of ice that have detached from glaciers. The la
Waterfalls in Kirkjubæjarklaustur
Fagrifoss
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Fagrifoss means beautiful waterfall in Icelandic, and the name isn't a bad match. To get there we must leave Kirkjubaerjarklaustur
Nature Reserves in Skógar
Eyjafjallajökull
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If you are going to Iceland during the winter you definitely need a good SUV (and someone who knows how to handle it). We visited
Nature Reserves in Vík í Mýrdal
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Waterfalls in Skógar
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