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Dyrhólaey

Recommandé par 22 habitants

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Ethna
Ethna
February 27, 2019
The massive stone arch of Dyrholaey is surrounded by black beaches and green meadows. It’s also full of birdlife including, you guessed it, puffins. The interesting structure of Dyrhólaey is reflected in the puffins’ burrows. Quite the little architect, the puffin will design its burrow to…
Glódís
Glódís
August 31, 2018
The small peninsula, or promontory, Dyrhólaey is located on the south coast of Iceland, not far from the village Vík
Maja
Maja
March 15, 2018
When you drive past or walk down to Reynisfjara beach make sure to keep your eyes open to this beautiful sight. An island off Vik that is slowly being hammered down by the ocean waves.
Vilborg
Vilborg
August 25, 2017
140 km. On your way to the Glacier Lagoon or Black Sand Beach. 18 km. before the Black Sand Beach at Vík.
Árni
Árni
July 02, 2017
A must to see. Fantastic view.

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Vík, 871
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