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This is a road map of Iceland with all the main sights marked in varying color tags. Feel free to zoom in to look at each attraction's location. Iceland's Ring Road (Route 1) is a popular route that circles the entire island. This Iceland attractions map includes the most famous waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers, and beaches along the route.
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Now, let’s dive into the best things to do in Iceland so you can start planning the trip of your dreams! 1. Take a dip in the Blue Lagoon, the coolest thing to do in Iceland. The Blue Lagoon has become one of the must-see attractions in Iceland, and for good reason.
- Jokulsarlon Lagoon. Almost outdoing the spectacular natural light show are the ever-changing ice formations that bob all about the gorgeous Jokulsarlon Lagoon.
- Watch the Northern Lights. Although Iceland boasts an almost endless list of amazing mountains and beaches, geysers, glaciers and volcanos, one of its top attractions is something that isn’t linked to an actual site.
- Gullfoss. Gullfoss means Golden Falls, and it gets its name from the brownish hue of its water. These falls are truly magnificent and are known for being the largest volume falls in all of Europe.
- Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon is one of the first things that comes to most people’s minds when they think about famous tourist attractions in Iceland.
- Chase the Midnight Sun or the Northern Lights. The charm of a never-setting sun and the beauty of the northern lights are stunning natural sights to behold and a must-see in Iceland.
- Drive the Golden Circle. We teased it earlier in the list, but there's no doubt that the Golden Circle is one of the top attractions in Iceland. The route is 186 miles (300 kilometers) long and takes you to the most spectacular Iceland attractions in Southwest Iceland: Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir Geothermal Area, and the Gullfoss waterfall.
- Hike Through Skaftafell Nature Reserve. Skaftafell Nature Reserve has such varied landscapes it was once a national park. Now it’s the most alluring and accessible section of Vatnajokull National Park and one of Iceland’s best places to visit for nature lovers.
- Photograph the Beautiful Asbyrgi Canyon. In Northeast Iceland, just off the beaten track, is a natural feature so intricately formed that legend has it that the canyon was created as a result of divine intervention.
- Iceland on a map – Where is Iceland on a map of the world? If you’re wondering, where is Iceland on a map of the world, don’t worry, because below, you’ll find a world map where you will see its location.
- Tourist map of Iceland – Map of Iceland attractions. On the Iceland tourist map below, you’ll be able to quickly locate the island’s main points of interest.
- Interactive map of Iceland. Below is an interactive map of Iceland so that you can see each and every one of the interesting places in this beautiful country.
- Road map of Iceland. This Iceland road map is an essential map for exploring the country by car. If you are going to drive in Iceland, make sure you download this map.