Stunning views and unique formations


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Dyrhólaey Park, located on the south coast of Iceland near the village of Vík, is a stunning promontory that offers breathtaking views and unique natural formations. This small peninsula used to be an island and is now home to the iconic Dyrhólaey Lighthouse, perched atop its 120-meter-high cliffs. From here, visitors can take in panoramic vistas of Mýrdalsjökull glacier to the north, the striking black lava columns of Reynisdrangar to the east, and the picturesque coastline stretching towards Selfoss to the west. And if you're lucky, you might even spot some adorable puffins nesting on the cliff faces during the summer months. Accessible via a newly paved road, Dyrhólaey Park is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

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