Iceland is a country shaped by volcanic forces and untouched landscapes, covered in lush forests and open fields.
Experience green valleys, solitary highland, glaciers and active volcanoes.
Wander off to the black sandy beaches before embracing the magic of Icelandic folklore by looking for the hidden elves.
Icelandic culture is full of surprises and magical tales, all you need is an open mind.
Iceland is commonly known as ‘the land of fire and ice’, a title that has only been magnified since Game of Thrones filmed their third season on its mysterious lands.
With some of the largest glaciers in Europe and the most active volcanoes in the world, this is no surprise Iceland is as pure as it is fiery.
Widely regarded as one of the most peaceful countries in the world with a friendly population and high quality of life, it’s no wonder that tourists are flocking to get a taste of Icelandic life and culture.
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- Stay at Hotel S:t Clemens, with a clean conscience
From the buzzing streets in Reykjavik to the small villages in the highlands, Iceland’s cultural experiences stretch across the entire country without slowing down.
Visit mesmerising natural wonders, hike up the mountains under the never-ending summer sun, or take in the sight of seals as they play around in the wild ocean.
A holiday in Iceland can simply take you anywhere and when it comes to accommodation, your choices are equally diverse.
Camp in the wild, enjoy luxury in a vibrant city or retreat to a little cottage in the countryside.
Icelandic culture and tradition is shaped by years of solitude in the middle of the North Atlantic ocean, influenced by Scandinavian forces and Mother Nature’s very own gifts.
Despite being one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world, its brand reaches far.
Icelandic people are progressive and modern with a strong commitment to protect their environment, and if you happen
to set foot in the breathtaking valleys shielded by mountains pointing up to the open skies, you understand why.
Iceland is simply stunning, home to a culture that is just as creative as its nature. This is a country that is not to be missed.
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