Iceland with its rich fauna and flora is an often underestimated island state. Especially the climate is characterized in many places as rough, rainy and dark. Iceland captivates with colours, light and brilliant vegetation. While the summer months are light-flooded and cooler, the winter often counts only five hours of daylight with mild temperatures. The saying "If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes" should therefore be believed, because variation is as much a feature of Iceland's climate as change.
Back from the origin to the rough coast of the south. We from GREY continue our journey through Iceland and move south along narrow coasts. Along the wild Atlantic Ocean, the landscape is criss-crossed by green lava fields, moss-covered rocks, thermal regions, glacial lagoons and impressive waterfalls. Great natural wonders in a small area, which amaze and show the power and beauty that characterises nature. What natural spectacles the south has to offer? See for yourself:
Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon - Iceland's largest and most famous glacial lake is 284 metres deep and a popular travel destination for photographers and outdoor enthusiasts, mainly because of the drifting icebergs, which are up to 15 metres high. In the summer months of June and July the region offers nesting places for large predatory gulls and seals.
The wanderlust is calling? With this naturalness and such beauty it is no wonder. Our journey through Iceland's south is now coming to an end. But for GREY this does not mean goodbye, because we are rooted in Iceland. Order a piece of Iceland home now and pamper your skin with the power of 1,000 litres of sea water.
The wanderlust is pressing and the desire for sun, warmth and holidays cannot be satisfied? Try this one: