Unearthly beauty and landscapes rarely seen elsewhere are a trademark of Iceland. Awe inspiring, they are a promise of nothing less but unforgettable holidays. Auto Europe's new service, a campervan hire in Iceland, will be your companion on the tour all over the island.
Your campervan holiday in Iceland
Iceland is not a densely populated country. For that matter, a motorhome hire in Iceland will enchant you as you will be able to take in its expansive and peaceful areas during your trip.
Set off on a circular trip from Reykjavik, located in the west of the country. The west of Iceland is home to spectacular waterfalls and volcanoes, while in the east you can see the country's lushest forest and a large number of fishing villages, fjords and islets.
Travellers looking for some peace and quiet can never go wrong with the Westfjords, situated in the north-western part of the country. The Westfjords bear the title of excellence and that is certainly a good indicator of their attractive quality. Often described as "true, unspoiled Icelandic wilderness", it is the very isolation that has preserved the Westfjords. The location is perfect for bird-watching and it is a natural habitat for some unique flora and fauna such as the Arctic fox. The ocean plays a significant role in the Westfjords, especially in the oral tradition and local cuisine. If you are interested in Icelandic folklore, visit one of the museums dedicated to the supernatural and sorcery, featuring scary sea monsters. The majority of museums in Iceland are rather reflective of the country's rich folklore and sagas.
The second largest urban area in Iceland is located in the north. Its name is Aureyri, and we recommend it in the summer, when you may be able to observe the midnight sun at the Arctic Open.
Head with your campervan to the south. The southern part of Iceland is said to have it all, starting from fascinating waterfalls to magnificent geysers and glaciers. One quite popular tourist attraction in the south is Landmannalaugar, a place in a nature reserve in the highlands, abundant with hot, thermal springs in the lava-formed landscape. Please note the roads at Landmannalaugar are closed between October and May. Your circular trip should now lead you to Reykjanes, a peninsula near the capital, home to the international airport with more geothermal springs and lighthouses than villages. Make a stop there to visit some of the museums, restaurants and churches and do not forget the Blue Lagoon, a little geothermal paradise in its own right.
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