Natural lakes, man made lakes and lagoons are almost innumerable in Iceland. Most of them abound in brown trout and char and sometimes salmon, sea char and trout. It is fascinating to spend a part of the vacation with the whole family on the shores of a beautiful lake. Many a good angler started practicing with his or her spinning and fly rods on a fishing lake. Many of the Icelandic lakes are among the best fishing lakes in the world. In some of them you can catch char of at least 6 pounds and brown trout of 8 pounds. Many enthusiastic anglers are also keen birdwatchers and are pleased to find a great number of bird species on the lakes. Welcome to our home page to get better acquainted with the Icelandic lakes.
Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland, surrounded by suburbs and fascinating places.
Reykjanes peninsula is full of geothermal wonders and also the home of Keflavík Airport.
One of the most famous attraction in the West is Snæfellsjökull glacier.
An isolated part of Iceland, with a natural beauty beyond compare.
If you’re looking for desolated wilderness and solitude, Strandir is the place for you.
Home of Dettifoss waterfall, the most powerful waterfall in Europe.
Iceland’s most visited region, with plenty of waterfalls, black sand beaches and glaciers.
The uninhabited region of Iceland, with amazing landscapes that are hard to find anywhere else.
The eastern part of Iceland is the home of the reindeers and Iceland’s biggest forest.