You’ve probably seen photos of the black sand beaches, the gorgeous waterfalls, the lush landscape. These are the photos of the summer landscape in Iceland that stop people in their tracks and get them thinking about tourism in Iceland. But, let’s shake things up–have you ever thought about visiting Iceland in winter? Maybe you don’t know what to expect. Let me tell you, the landscape on the South Coast in particular is totally flipped upside down: instead of summery green lusciousness, you get a white winter wonderland–and it’s equally as gorgeous. Take a look at my photos* of the most popular spots on the South Coast. Let’s go!
Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach:
Hope you enjoyed, please visit Iceland during the winter months! It’s cold, but not arctic. It’s windy all year long. It’s so majestic and otherworldly. Dress in layers and bundle up–you won’t regret it!
*My photos have not been professionally edited. Enjoy the sights for what they actually look like :).