Keflavík International Airport
Bridge Between Continents
Power Plant Earth
Seltún Geothermal Area
The 24 hour gateway to Iceland, Keflavik International Airport is the main gateway to Iceland with about 96% of international traffic.
The man is a 50 meter high crater tap from the crater row Stampar the stands majestically in the ocean not far from the beach - his spouse the woman for a long time stood beside him but has now departed.See more
The largest lake in the reykjanes peninsula about 10 km² - hot water from hot springs runs into the lake and its volcanic surroundings are unique and beautiful - they say a monster in the shape of a worm and the size of a whale lives in the lake.See more
The Reykjanes lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses in Iceland built in 1907-1908 - the light signal height is 69 meters above sea level - It is the most popular lighthouse among Icelanders according to a survey of the Icelandic Maritime Administration.See more
A striking new addition to the Icelandic and European cultural scene is Harpa, the Reykjavík Concert Hall and Conference Centre and recipient of the prestigious Mies Van der Rohe award for architecture.
Blue Lagoon is a natural wonder. Using science and nature in harmony, they harness the health-giving properties of the geothermal seawater to promote wellness to their guests.
The lighthouses in Garðskagi were constructed 1897 and the second one in 1944 but a landmark had been there since 1847 and later a lamp was added to the landmark at 1884.
The Svartsengi Power Station is a geothermal power plant, which is located in the Svartsengi geothermal field, about four km north of Grindavík, approximately 20 km SE of Keflavík International Airport and 45 km from Reykjavík.
Krísuvíkurberg is a 6-kilometer wide cliff south on the coastline of Reykjanes Peninsula. Although not particularly high, around 50 to 70 meters, it is an impressive sight as it stretches along the coastline.