Hverargerði - Reykjadalur

My further exploration of Iceland led me this week end to Hverargerði, a town of 2000 inhabitants about 40 minutes drive away from Reykjavik. Hverargerði is one of the largest geothermal areas of Iceland and the biggest greenhouse centre.

You can get closer to the geothermal activity in the nearby Reykjadalur valley, which is filled with mud pots the same colour as the Blue Lagoon and steaming water. The highlight of the hike is reaching the Reykjadalsá bathable hot river. Even with only 4°C outside and the wind blasting you can deep in the ideal temperature bath in the middle of the valley.

1 comment:

Daniel said...


Merci de nous faire partager la beauté de ces paysages

Mille bisous