Safe travel in Iceland
Is Iceland a safe country? Actually, it is hard to feel any safer than here: Iceland is a country with one of the world’s lowest crime rates, ranking consecutively in 1st place on the Global Peace Index, and home to no animal predators dangerous to man. So, it doesn’t seem very dangerous, but the challenges lie elsewhere.
The South Coast
The south coast of Iceland is an astonishing medley of waterfalls, glaciers, and famous black sand beaches, home to the biggest glacier in Europe and gateway to some of the most beautiful hiking areas in Iceland.
Artist residencies in Iceland
Whether you are seeking remoteness in nature or entertainment in cities, individual or group residencies–there is enough to choose from!
Here is the list of Iceland’s artist residencies, big and small, remote and central.
The Ring Road
The famous ‘Ring Road’ is a 1322 km loop connecting most towns and villages; a road trip renowned for the variety in scenery, passing many of Iceland’s most iconic sites.
The Eastfjords are the Iceland you see in the movies. Harbor towns with colorful houses made with corrugated metal and mountain passes where a single snowstorm can feel like the beginning of “Trapped”.