An iconic rock arch on the south coast
The spectacular rock arch Dyrhólaey is located nearby Reynisfjara. It is a 120 metre-high promontory with amazing views where visitors flock to see the unique Reynisdrangar basalt columns rising out of the ocean and the rich birdlife including Puffins.
Note: the cliffs are closed from May 1st – June 25th for bird nesting season.
Extreme caution is to be exercised at all times while visiting Reynisfjara. Stay far back from the water's edge and heed all signs and warnings.View South Iceland