South coast Iceland

South coast of Iceland offers many astonishing sights, such as waterfalls, black lava beaches, glaciers and an island.
Seljalandsfoss is waterfall, it is around 60 meters high and it part of the Seljalandsá, river that has its origin in Eyjafjallajökull, glacier. The unique thing about the waterfall is that it is possible to walk behind it and it is the only known waterfall of its kind, where it is possible.
Skógafoss is another waterfall, it is 25 meters width and 60 meters high and it is part of Skógá river that has its origin also in Eyjafjallajökull, glacier.

Mýrdalsjökull is the fourth largest glacier in Iceland, covering about 590 km². In the glacier lies the volcano Katla, which has erupted periodically from the settlement.
Eyjafjallajökull consists of a volcano completely covered by an ice cap. The ice cap covers an area of about 100 square kilometres, feeding many outlet glaciers. The main outlet glaciers are to the north, Gígjökull, flowing into Lónið, and Steinholtsjökull, flowing into Steinholtslón. The crater is 3–4 kilometres in diameter, open to the north. The mountain has four times erupted since the country was settled, first in 920, then 1612, 1821 and 2010. The eruption 2010 did have very much effect on the flight traffic worldwide, where ash in the air did cause that the flights could´t fligh.

Sólheimajökull is a glacier and it is a part of Mýrdalsjökull, glacier. From the glacier comes the river Jökulsá on the Sólheimasand which has sometimes been called Fulah river because of Sulphur smell. Sólheimajökull has retreated about a kilometer in the last decade.
Dyrhólaey is a former island of volcanic origin but today it is more like peninsula and it is 120 meters high. This beautiful place takes its name from the massive arch that the sea has eroded from the headland.

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