Hotel Edda Laugar i Saelingsdal
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... day exploring some of the stunning SnŠfellsnes Peninsula – a world of raw mountains and peaceful coastlines reaching out from the West coast of Iceland:
• You will head for Stykkishˇlmur, a wonderfully picturesque fishing town where you can wonder around and take in the peaceful atmosphere and coastal views
• From Stykkishˇlmur you will also enjoy a fascinating boat cruise around the ...
... as the Saga valley because many important historical events took place there. You get a chance to climb the Grßbrˇk volcano crater. You get warmed at Deildartunguhver, Europe's most powerful hot spring which produces 180 liters per second of water that is nearly boiling - 97░ Celsius. On we go to Hraunfossar Falls, a series of waterfalls pouring from beneath a lava field. Barnafoss – the Children’s falls, is nearby.
Your winter journey ...
... lava fields formed before the ice age. We eventually arrive at the lodge in Hellnar - a little hamlet situated in the middle of a lava field. It consists of about 20 houses, a hotel and a cafe - year round population...9. The cafe sits on the side of a cliff overlooking a sea cave. We spent a lot of time climbing around the sea cave in the evening where we collected lava rocks and caught a glimpse of the local ...
... up North and early afternoon sees us arrive at the fishing town of Sticky. I personally booked the ferry from here to the north west peninsular a few weeks ago only for a lady called Fanny to email me asking if I really was a party of three vehicles and six adults. Anyway all sorted now, we check with the booking office and we're good to go. As we have a couple of hours to spare we head out to look for food. We are shown to a table in a restaurant but after perusing the ...
... down to see the killer whales which were still out hunting, as well as a White-tailed Eagle sitting on a rock. I got some slightly better photos of the whales this time round.
We headed on to the town of Stykkishˇlmur, for another photo stop. The harbour is quite photogenic, with a small headland and lighthouse to take in the views (and an icy flight of steps to negotiate).
Back on the road again, ...