Find out which regions of Iceland you would like to discover during your travel to Iceland! Take your pick:
Want to do an Iceland travel? Find out more about the different Icelandic regions you will visit during your tailor-made trip to Iceland! We’ve divided our beautiful island into ten great regions known for their amazing landscapes, wilderness and unique roads. Having a hard time chosing which region to visit? It’s fine: Iceland is big, but not that big. There are plenty of Iceland destinations you can visit in one travel. Ask your local expert to set you up with the best itinerary!
What Icelandic region should I visit? As local experts, we all share a passion for Iceland and know each Iceland destination you could visit. We love them all because each one has something special to offer. From dusty deserts to green plains, from geysers to glaciers, you’re sure to discover a great variety of landscapes in our top Iceland destinations.
Southern Iceland – the Golden Circle Iceland. The Golden Circle is a must-see in Iceland. Close to Reykjavic, you can visit the Golden Circle even if you have little time to spend in Iceland.
Visit Reykjavik. Our vibrant capital city is buzzing with bars and restaurants, and beautiful little streets. Make sure to plan the perfect city break in Iceland’s capital city!
Westfjords. Visit some of Iceland’s most impressive fjords!
Western Iceland – Snaefellsnes Peninsula. Reknown for its unique geology (sandy beaches, waterfalls…) and beautiful roads, Western Iceland will know the way to your heart!
Northwest Iceland – Central Highlands: are you up for an adventure in North-West Iceland’s most amazing deserts?
South Coast Iceland: at a heartbeat from Reykdjavik, discover the beautiful southern peninsula!
East Iceland: glaciers, splendid landscapes
Northeast Iceland: a wilder part of Iceland with friendly (yet scarce) locals!
Iceland Highlands: deserts, raw geology and adventure…What more could one ask for?
Visit Greenland: if Iceland isn’t quite cold enough for you, make sure you plan to visit Greenland’s beautiful icy landscapes