A Serene Moment on the Black Beaches of Vik, Iceland

One of the truly most breathtaking beaches I’ve ever laid eyes on, the black beaches at Reynisfjara Beach in Vik, Iceland are not to be missed. A nesting area for puffins, the black volcanic sand, basalt columns, high cliffs and natural caves are strikingly beautiful and quintessentially Iceland.  There’s even a restaurant on-site for some lunch or coffee to take in the view for just a little bit longer.

Worth the drive from Reykjavik, without question.

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