Amazing place. It looks that Iceland has problems with clear signs, because there is no directions how to find it, but you definitely should. We caught a moment when the beach belonged just us and that is amazing! :)
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really scenic place, and the sand is just so weird, with caves and the volcanic formations, it is just an epic place, and a must see when driving through the south. Careful getting too close to the water, normally they are small waves but then...More
Was there during heavy snow, therefore the black sand was covered white, but that contrast made it beautiful. Watch for dangerous waves at the beach, water is coming fast and far.
Black sand beach is amazing, from the rock formations to the crashing waves to the black sand it's such a unique sight to see. Do use caution and watch for Rogue waves because they will catch you by surprise.
Great basalt columns on the Black Sand beach at Reynisfjara. Also at least two good caves on the beach. Watch out for the waves though. The beach is known to be dangerous. You'll see the fury of the Atlantic in winter on this magnificent beach!
The view out to sea that cold rainy morning and the amazing variety of basalt rock and lava formations and textures on the beach. The gulls flying furiously, tourists struggling to make their way up and back against the high winds - and a lone...More
Our November visit to Vik in Iceland was not beach weather but we could appreciate the beauty of the cliffs and rock formations and the odd, black sand beach. We walked through a hailstorm as the black beach was speckled with tiny white chunks of...More
In my excitement at arriving (it is a 2 1/2 hr drive from Reykjavik) and seeing threatening clouds I quickly dashed down to the black sand beach near the coffee shop. I was the only person there. It was stunning - and as I took...More
The basalt columns and lava caves at this beautiful beach surrounded by the wild ocean used to be a mystic and special place that we were looking forward to return to at the very end of October 2017. What a shock to see that it...More
it's one thing to see and hear of this beach in the internet, and another to be actually walking in it. I was just blown away with it. who wouldn't with its black sand, insane basalt columns, towering cliffs and caves. not to mention that...More