Just 25 miles south the arctic circle, at latitude 66º33'N, where the sun does not set on the summer solstice and does not rise on the winter solstice. Here, the ice from the glaciers meets the lava from the volcanos. The same lava that gives the beaches their particular deep black colour. The ice from the glaciers creates icebergs that reach out the sea. And it also creates rivers which become the most powerful waterfalls in Europe. The mountains end up in the sea with breathtaking fjords. And the unreacheable center of the island, the Highlands, is covered by colourful mountains and enormous craters.
All of this in one Ísland.