Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Iceland

Plunging fjords, haunting volcanic peaks, dramatic sea cliffs, sweeping golden beaches and outlandish lava flows make up the diverse and fascinating landscape of Iceland’s 100-kilometre long Snaefellsnes Peninsula. It is known locally as “Iceland in miniature” because many national sights can be found in the area. The peninsula’s Snaefellsjökull volcano was the setting of Jules Verne’s novel “Journey to the Centre of the Earth”, while offshore waters are one of the best places in Iceland to see killer whales and other cetaceans.

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