last year in November I went to Iceland. Actually for the third time, because I’m in love with the country, culture and people.
This time though, I mostly went through the western part of the country: The Snæfellsnes peninsula. I can only recommend visiting this beautiful place as it’s really a concentrated version of Iceland. The National park is stunning with it’s mountains (e.g. “Snæfellsjökull”), the rough oceanside cliffs, lighthouses in the middle of nowhere, empty roads, vast valleys, the famous black Búðir church, etc. Plenty to see and get overwhelmed by.
Even though I went there in November, the weather was amazing! Sunshine all day. I really didn’t expect that. I chose a small AirBnB in Ólafsvík for my stay and strolled around the peninsula for 3 days. Unfortunately, too little time to really explore “everything”.
In my small series I tried to show the diversity of this place, even though there is much more to see and explore here. I will definitely go there again and I’m already very much looking forward to it.
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