Southern region

Must see attractions in Southern region

Southern region
Volcano in Southern region
Bláhnjúkur
Blahnjúkur volcano is a volcano with a height of 940 m. Its name translates as "blue peak" because of the blue-black color of its sides, which is caused by...
Volcano in Southern region
Brennisteinsald
Brennisteinsalda Volcano "Sulfur Wave" is a volcano located in the Fjallabak National Reserve. The name in translation: "sulfur wave", comes from the sulfur...
Waterfall in Southern region
Faxafoss
Faxi (Fossin Faxi, Faxafoss or Vatnsleysufoss) is a waterfall that boasts natural beauty and peaceful surroundings. It is located on the Tungufljot River in...
Sight in Southern region
Fjadrarglyufur
Fjaðrárgljúfur is a canyon in southeastern Iceland. The Fjadra River flows through it. The canyon reaches a height of 100 meters in height and extends for a...
Reserve in Southern region
Fjallabak
Fjallabak Nature Reserve (Friðland að Fjallabaki) is an area in the Icelandic Highlands, a popular hiking destination. The territory has been protected since...
Waterfall in Southern region
Gluggafoss
Gluggafoss (Gluggafoss, Merkjárfoss) is a waterfall in the Sudurland region, in the south of Iceland. The total height of the Gluggafoss is approximately 52 m....
Waterfall in Southern region
Gullfoss
Gullfoss Waterfall is one of the most iconic and beloved waterfalls in Iceland, located in the canyon of the Hvita River in southwestern Iceland. The water in...
Sight in Southern region
Heikadalyur Valley of Geysers
Haukadalur is a valley with powerful Strokkur and Geysir geysers erupting at different intervals. Geysers emit jets of hot water every five to ten minutes,...
Volcano in Southern region
Hekla
Hekla is a volcano in the south of Iceland, with a height of 1,491 meters, considered the most active volcano in Iceland. In the Middle Ages, Icelanders called...
Museum in Southern region
Hellisheiði Geothermal Power Plant
GeoTES Hedlisheidi (Hellisheið, Hellisheiðarvirkjun) is the largest monoblock geothermal power plant in the world. The exhibition is dedicated to "green"...
Lake in Southern region
Kerid
Kerid (Kerið) is a volcanic lake in the southern region of Sudurland. Kerid is about three thousand years old. This is the main reason that the slopes of...
Mountain in Southern region
Kerlingarfjöll Mountains
Kedlingarfjöll is a mountain range in Iceland. The volcanic nature of these mountains manifests itself in the form of many hot springs and streams in the area....
Museum in Southern region
LA Art Museum - Listasafn Árnesinga
LA Listasafn Arnesinga (LA Art Museum Listasafn Arnesinga, Listasafn Árnesinga) is an art museum that houses a collection of contemporary art, mainly by...
National Park in Southern region
Landmannalaugar
Landmannalaugar is a vast territory that is part of the Fjallabak Nature Reserve and includes dozens of kilometers of hiking trails. The place is known for its...
Sight in Southern region
Laufskalavarda
Laufskalavarda (Kerlingarfjoll, Laufskalavarða) is a lava ridge with unique pyramids of stones, which, according to tradition, travelers leave for good luck....
Waterfall in Southern region
Seljalandsfoss
Seljalandsfossis a waterfall originating in a volcanic glacier, located on the southern coast of Iceland....
Reef in Southern region
Silfra
The Silfra Fault is a rift located in Lake Tingvadlavatn in the Tingvedlir National Park in southern Iceland. The fault is located in the gap between the North...
Waterfall in Southern region
Skogafoss
Skógafoss is one of the largest waterfalls in the country, with a width of 25 meters and a drop of 60 meters. Due to the amount of spray constantly raised by...
Museum in Southern region
Skogar Museum, Skógarsafn
The Skogar Museum (Skógarsafn) is an open—air museum, a folk art museum and a technical museum. It features many exhibitions and more than 16,000 exhibits...