On our way around Iceland we drove by the south coast as well! Including one of my favorite places on earth – the Glacier Lagoon, Jökursarlagon! I’m always amazed, this place is just magical. There was less ice, than the times I’ve visited this place before, but still so beautiful. We also camped right next to the beach, which is allowed. At least there was no sign, which said we couldn’t and of course we weren’t the only ones. 😉 The glacier lagoon was followed by the famous waterfalls next to Skaftafell, Skogafoss and Selfoss, spending the night in Vik, close to the Black Beach.
I always said YOU HAVE TO visit the south coast – and still it is so beautiful. But I was really shocked how it changed. There are gravel paths with railings, a lot of “don’t do” signs and toilets to pay for everywhere… which are probably needed, because of those many many tourists visiting Iceland. But I was even more shocked how the nature transformed… a little trail I hiked once is now a really wide path. Felt strange… anyway, I still love Iceland so much and will come back.
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