Reykjanes Peninsula lies in the southwestern part of Iceland.
The region is known for its diverse geological terrain of volcanic and geothermal activity being a UNESCO Global Geopark, within the European and Global Geopark network. It is the only place where the Mid-Atlantic ridge is seen ashore.
The webcams will show you live views from the peninsula, known for its active volcanism, conic mountains, hot springs, craters and huge lava fields namely at Geldingadalir valley. The hot springs in the region allow visitors to enjoy the geothermal power at the famed Blue Lagoon spa.
There are dramatic landscapes worth a visit such as at the Valahnukamol Cliffs, and unique places such as the Bridge between Continents, a footbridge between the North American and the Eurasian tectonic plates. Other must-see places like the Viking World Museum.
It is possible to start your memorable tours in this famous Iceland’s headland from the airport Keflavík International Airport (KEF).