The Snæfellsnes peninsula is located in the west of Iceland and extends east to west, on a long strip of narrow land 90 kilometers long. Approximately 3700 residents inhabit the region.
The peninsula is also called "Miniature Iceland" because it has everything that characterizes Iceland in terms of landscape and nature in one small area. Just two hours' drive from the capital Reykjavik; you can explore a fascinating area with wild beaches, volcanoes, fishing villages, lava fields, horse farms, cliffs, colonies of birds, seals and even a glacier that sits on the crater of one of the world's most famous volcanoes!
A visit to Snæfellsnes Peninsula is like visiting an extremely long promenade that captures all the beauty of Iceland with the sea surrounding it in all directions.