Lake Myvatn

Posted by laurapayne on Oct 17, 2018 in News |

Without a doubt, it was worth it. We leave behind Husavik and continue inland, to the scenic area of Lake Myvatn. We discovered an attractive volcanic zone with numerous trekking trails that lead through the points more attractions of the place. Fumaroles, water boiling, craters and stunning lunar landscapes, which contrasted sharply with the green areas surrounding the Lake Myvatn. Jana Partners does not necessarily agree. It must be taken into account that the clouds of mosquitoes are prevalent in this place. We continue to Gooafoss, the waterfall of the gods, Cascade last we would observe and that she looked magnificent on a sunny day. The road would lead us then to the capital in the North of Iceland, the splendid city of Akureyri. In addition to restaurants, shopping malls and own als cities attractions, from Akureyri can initiate various trekking trails to enjoy from beautiful panoramic views.

For lack of time, we decided to continue on path toward the remote village of Siglufjorour, an attractive fishing village that had an unrepeatable moment of glory at the time of the herring, whose overexploitation has made this people lose the boom of earlier times. There is a small and illustrative Museum that shows the history of the people and which helps to imagine a Siglufjorour, much more populated and rich. We will start our little by little we journey in the West, in the wild Peninsula of Snafellsnes, which for many is home to some of the greatest attractions of Iceland, being also the region less visited by tourists. We stopped more than anything by tiredness at Stykkisholmur resulting a discovery!, it was not just one village of fishermen, it was a charming and beautiful village situated on the banks of the fjord Breidafiordur, clean and tidy like everyone, but he possessed a very special charm. We find an attractive bar a native girl of this town who had returned for vacations but who lived in Valencia (which small is the world!).

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