Amracarda Glufrafoss Glufrafoss Seljalandfoss Seljalandfoss
Dyrhòlaey Dyrhòlaey Dyrhòlaey Reynisfjara Reynir
Reynsfjall Reynsfjall Vik Vatnajökull Öraefajökull
Skaftafell Kristinartindar Jökulsarlon Jökulsarlon Jökulsarlon
Jökulsarlon Jökulsarlon Breïdamerkursandur Lagarfljot Seydisfjordur

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The south-eastern coast of Iceland is fringed by long black sanded beaches like the ones of Dyrholaey's, southernmost tip of the island, Vik's harbour, and Reynir's, which also shelters some basaltic orgues. The road runs alongside the coast until we reach the Skaftafell national park located at the foot of the Vatnajökull glacier, biggest in Iceland. Further east, the Jökulsarlon lake, in which come plunging down the Vatnajökull icebergs and growlers. The road leads us finally to the deep Fjords of the East.