Dyrholaey, Iceland

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Dyrhólaey - nature reserve near the town of Vík, is the most southern point in Iceland and offers magnificent views of geological features. Looking east, black lava columns rise from the sea, while looking west provides an unhindered view of the Selfoss coast. If you look north, you can see the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. The huge black arch of lava which steps into the sea gave the area its name - door hill island.
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  • Dyrhólaey, 871 Vík, Iceland
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