Jökulsárlón Glacier Lake
In the southeastern part of Iceland, near the Vatnajökull Glacier, the largest glacier in Europe, lies a glacial lake called Jökulsárlón. The tip of the glacier has collapsed and formed icebergs of various sizes, glowing white and blue in a fantastic scene so beautiful that it has been the setting for many movies. On a boat tour through the icebergs, you can see seals and seabirds that gather in the lake, which is also a rich fishing ground.
South Coast of Iceland
Along National Route 1 on the south coast of Iceland, from Selfoss to the town of Höfn, there is a wide variety of scenery created by volcanoes and glaciers. In addition to beautiful waterfalls and glacial lakes, there are many otherworldly spots such as airplane wreckage and black sand beaches, and driving around them is a regular part of sightseeing in Iceland.