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Berries, berries, berries

This fall is good for berries.


What better way to soak in the last days of summer and enjoy the rugged nature of the Reykjanes Peninsula than doing yoga in the fresh air at sunset?

Fashion, music and creative arts

Reykjanes peninsula is a mysterious place for photographers and production companies.
Pop-up joga by Garðskagi lighthouse

Pop-up joga in Reykjanes peninsula

Focus on yourself and get inspired by the nature this summer

Keflavik International Airport is upgrading

Departure passengers, please show up three hours before flight during 31 May – 3 June
The Blue Lagoon's main resort

The Blue Lagoon is growing

Due to renovations at the Blue Lagoon, the main resort will be closed from January 5th to January 21st, 2016.
The lake Kleifarvatn in December 2015 @ArnarHaf

Opening hours over the holidays

Take a look at the opening hours of the hotels, guesthouses and restaurants over the Christmas and New Years.
Gabriel enjoying his time in Iceland

Iceland is the paradise of any outdoor activity enthusiast

An interview with Gabriel Côté-Valiquette is the coordinator and lead instructor of the Adventure Sport Certificate at Keilir
Brimketill or Oddny's pool

Hunting for trolls in Iceland

Iceland is rich of stories about hidden people and trolls.

Hangout with Gudmundur in Iceland

In 2015, Inspired by Iceland introduced Guðmundur, the world’s first human search engine. This remarkable service has now been upgraded to include both Guðmundur Hangouts and Guðmundur Maps.
Mt Keilir seen from the Reykjanes highlands

Reykjanes Geopark receives an international accreditation

The Reykjanes Geopark in Iceland was accepted into the European Geoparks Network in Rokua Geopark in Finland Saturday 5 September.

A Walk in quirky Keflavík Town

The town of Keflavík has a quirky side that was fun to explore one Saturday afternoon.