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How to spot the Northern Lights?

The northern lights are most visible on clear nights and away from the light pollution of populated areas.

Explore the waterfalls of the South Coast of Iceland

The beautiful waterfalls of South Iceland are numerous and easy to access, so we will list the most popular ones; otherwise, this will be a long blog.

South Iceland Culinary Treasures

The South Coast area is rich with diverse ingredients, whether from sea or land. The geographical location of the country largely shapes Iceland's food production.

Clean & Safe | South Iceland

It can be expected that Covid - 19 will change the travel habits and needs of people with different emphases and changed attitudes.

Ice Caves in South Iceland

The South Coast is a great place to visit one of Iceland’s natural wonders, the ice caves. Ice caves form during the winter months in the outlet the glaciers. In the fall, professional local guides go scouting for the ice caves for the coming winter season.

New town center in Selfoss!

Some towns are old, and some are new. But in Selfoss, the past connects with the present in an utterly unique way.

Inspired by South Iceland

South Iceland has been a big inspiration for scenes of many films and TV series.

The South Coast Lighthouse Trail

The South Coast Lighthouse trail was officially opened in the summer of 2021. It's off the beaten track, with easy reach from Keflavik airport.

OPENING HOURS OVER THE HOLIDAYS

South Iceland is a popular destination and many people are visiting our beautiful region during the holidays. Here below you can find the opening hours of companies that are in South Iceland.

Summer Activities on the South Coast

Iceland has many activities to offer, both in summer and winter, but now we will go over the summer activities you can do in the South Coast.

Daði Freyr - Think about things, dance routine by South Iceland

Daði Freyr is South Iceland‘s recent superstar and his great song „Think about things“ is well-known all over the world.

Important infomation for tourists in Iceland about COVID-19