1 Deildartunguhver hot spring, Reykholt
Witness the power of Iceland’s geothermal activity at the country’s biggest natural hot spring.
2 Hraunfossar cascades, Húsafell
Iceland’s most unusual waterfalls, where subterranean aquamarine water tumbles lazily over moss-dressed rocks.
3 Kaldidalur valley
An excellent taster of Iceland’s remote landscapes of glaciers and grey-sand deserts.
4 Eiríksstaðir, Haukadalur valley
Stand on the spot from which the Vikings set out to discover Greenland and North America.
5 Stykkishólmur, Snæfellsnes peninsula
Iceland’s prettiest town, with a mêlée of brightly coloured wooden houses set against an island-studded coastline.
6 Flatey, Breiðafjörður
A night spent in the hotel on this idyllic farming island is the perfect escape from the beaten track.
7 Hiking up Snæfellsjökull
A rare chance to get up close to one of Iceland’s glaciers.