Iceland, known as the 'Land of Fire and Ice', is a Nordic island country located at the confluence of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. Its contrasting landscapes range from volcanic active areas with geysers and lava fields, to massive glaciers and fjords.

Where is Iceland?

Iceland is situated in the North Atlantic Ocean, north-west of the United Kingdom and Scandinavia, and southeast of Greenland. It lies approximately midway between North America and mainland Europe. The country is situated just south of the Arctic Circle and its capital, Reykjavik, is the most northerly capital city in the world.

The Land of Fire and Ice

Nature lovers will be in their element

Known for its natural beauty, Iceland boasts a unique landscape of volcanoes, hot springs, glaciers, fjords, and expansive lava fields. Reykjavik, its capital, is a cultural hub with a rich Viking history, serving as a gateway to the country's most extraordinary natural wonders.

What can I see and do in Iceland?

Visit One of Nature's Spas
Go in Search of the Northern Lights
Go Whale Watching

Visit One of Nature's Spas

One of the most visited attractions in the country, the Blue Lagoon is a geothermally heated spa located in a lava field on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The mineral-rich warm waters are said to have healing properties and, combined with the stark, beautiful volcanic landscape, create a unique relaxing experience.

Another option is the Sky Lagoon in Reykjavik. This attraction has a multi-level infinity edge that seemingly blends into the Atlantic Ocean, offering an unparalleled panoramic view of the surrounding landscape. Guests can enjoy the warm, geothermally heated waters, experience the rejuvenating ritual of heat, cold, and relaxation.

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