The picturesque landscapes of Iceland
Ready to explore Iceland? Whether you seek remote areas off the beaten track or the more popular picks and world-renowned destinations, there are various options. We have gathered some information on established Scenic Routes in Iceland to guide you in searching for your favorite parts of Iceland. Of course, we recommend taking the time to explore them all carefully.
The Arctic Coast Way
Iceland’s new and northernmost tourist route was opened in 2019 and at once chosen by Lonely Planet as one of Europe’s Top Destinations.
The Westfjords Way
The Westfjords Way is a touring route that navigates you 950 km through the Westfjord‘s rough and dramatic landscape.
The Diamond Circle
The Diamond Circle can be described as a magnificent circuit of 250km in the Northeast of Iceland, which includes some of the most stunning sights and landscapes.
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.
The Snæfellsnes peninsula
The unique geological history of Snæfellsnes draws in geologists and their students from around the globe where they can explore sites revealing Iceland's unique geological history up close and within short distances.
The Golden Circle
The Golden Circle is the most famous of all scenic routes in Iceland and combines stunning landmarks and historically significant places in a circular sightseeing tour.
The South Coast
The south coast of Iceland is an astonishing medley of waterfalls, glaciers, and famous black sand beaches.