Brace yourself for epic adventures through cliffs, waterfalls, and lava caves. This amazing Snæfellsnes tour presents a lot of geology and history. Bring your camera along to capture the most fascinating views and extraordinary landscapes.
VATNSHELLIR LAVA CAVE
DJÚPALÓNSSANDUR BLACK BEACH
Djúpalónssandur black beach is a bay at the tip of Snæfellsnes Peninsula. The black small pebbles on the beach have been smoothed by the ocean waves, and amongst them are scattered rusty parts of a wreckage of a ship that stranded in the area in 1948.
In the old days, fishermen used to test their strength by lifting heavy rocks, that still lie there. Heaviest is Fullsterkur ("full strength"), weighing 154 kg, next is Hálfsterkur ("half strength") weighing 100 kg, hálfdrættingur ("weakling")weighing 54 kg and Amlóði ("Useless") 23 kg. They were traditionally used to qualify men for work on fishing boats, with the Hálfdrættingur being the minimum weight a man would have to lift onto a ledge at hip-height to qualify.
KIRKJUFELL AND KIRKJUFELL WATERFALL