The Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, located in the southern part of Iceland, originates from the Eyjafjallajökull Glacier and is a powerful waterfall with a drop of about 60 meters from the cliff. The greatest feature of this waterfall is that you can enter the cave inside the waterfall and see the waterfall from the back. The impressive scenery has made it popular, and it has become one of the most popular tourist spots in Iceland.
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.