Snæfellsnes Peninsula Overview
One of the off-beat places to visit in Iceland, Snæfellsnes Peninsula is known popularly for its majestic Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall and photogenic Kirkjufell mountain. The Snæfellsnes Peninsula presents the perfect amalgamation of rich culture and untainted natural scenery. This postcard-perfect peninsula flaunts diverse landscapes, including stunning rock outcrops, rugged coastlines, cascading waterfalls, pristine beaches, beautiful churches, small charming fishing villages, vividly coloured lighthouses, and breathtaking volcanic structures.

While you are at the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, you can spend time admiring the breathtaking Gerðuberg basalt cliffs, sampling the water of the Ölkelda Mineral Spring, and enjoying seal sighting tours at the Ytri Tunga beach. You can also take a refreshing dip in the Lýsuhólslaug swimming pool, visit the echoing Sönghellir cave, experience hiking a glacier at Snæfellsjökull National Park, and take an exploration tour of the Rauðfeldsgjá Gorge.

Snæfellsnes, western Iceland

Best time to Visit:
June to August
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