Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Snæfellsnes tour is for people who like to be able to see fjords, volcano, glacier, sea cliffs, golden beaches and crunchy lave. In this tour you will experience many different kinds of geology all in one place.
Snæfellsjökull, glacier is said to be one of the seven great energy centres of the earth, and it has been attributed with various mysterious powers. The magnificent view from the top extends to Reykjanes Peninsula on the south side and the Westfjords on the north side, as well as over the mountains of Snæfellsnes to the east.

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Some believed that the glacier Snæfellsjökull was the entrance to the center of the Earth (Jules Vernes).
Vatnshellir (Water cave), is one of the interesting features of Snæfellsjökull national park. It is a lava cave which was opened to the public in the summer of 2011 and it is a great example of a lava cave which is typical to Iceland. The length of the cave is 200 m and it is 35 m deep. In the cave are great features and unique formations of lava statues curved on the sides of the lava tube. Scientists believe Vatnshellir was created in an eruption between 6,000-8,000 years ago.
Kirkjufell, is locaded on the north side of Snæfellsnes near to the town Grundarfjörður. This beautiful landmark is the most photographed mountain in Iceland.

Dritvík and Djúpalónssandur is a sandy beach and bay on foot of Snæfellsjökull in Iceland. It was once home to sixty fishing boats and one of the most prolific fishing villages on the Snæfellsnes peninsula but today the bay is uninhabited.
Four lifting stones are in Djúpalónssandur, used by fishermen to test their strength. They are Fullsterkur (“full strength”) weighing 154 kg, Hálfsterkur (“half strength”) at 100 kg, hálfdrættingur (“weakling”) at 54 kg and Amlóði (“Useless”) 23 kg. They were traditionally used to qualify men for work on fishing boats.
On the beach there are remains of the Grimsby fishing trawler Epine (GY7) that was wrecked there 1948.

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