Búðir Overview

Initially a small fishing village, the serene hamlet of Búðir is one of the best places in Iceland for those looking for a quiet vacation away from the city. Búðir is home to Búðahraun, the sweeping lava field that now serves as nature reserve here. Jet black lava rocks and windswept grasses cover the hamlet in all directions, adding to the beauty of the place. Other attractions here include the petite and picturesque church of Búðakirkja, known for its 17th century designs, and the gorgeous Bjarnarfoss waterfall.

Location: Snæfellsbær, Iceland

Best time to visit: Between June and September, when the weather is most pleasant here

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