Iceland beachesVestrahorn Beach, Reynisfjara Beach, Breiðavík Beach, Diamond Beach, Sólheimasandur Beach, Djúpalónssandur Beach, Dyrhólaey Beach and many more
Beaches in Iceland are the most bewitching spots circumventing the Iceland coastline. These beaches may not be the typical beaches that you may have envisioned with small shacks, tropical trees, sunny trees and white sand. But, these shores have a transcendental charm about them because most of them are black and make for stunning waterfronts. Located by the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the Diamond Beach is a magical one with chunks of opalescent and shimmering ice chunks strewn across the black sand, like giant diamonds. Head out to view the Sólheimasandur Beach and the mesmeric sight of a plane wreck, lying on the rocky black sand shore, will greet your eyes.
The Iceland Beaches include the mystic Reynisfjara Beach famous for its Garðar basalt columns, sneak waves and flocks of gorgeous North Atlantic puffins, nesting on the cliffs. If you stop by the Álftanes Beach, the sight of the lava rocks sitting on the white sand spit will stir you to the core.Thus, set off to explore the Icelandic beaches to collect seashells, examine the marine ecosystem or simply brave the icy-cold waters to indulge in a sesh of Arctic surfing and sea-swimming.