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South Iceland

South Iceland is the best mixing between nature and services. Here you can have both at hand. Its climate and type of roads make the camping and motorhome experience way much bearable. Even though we cannot forget we are still in Iceland, the climate conditions are milder compared to North Iceland. You will still have rain and wind but your trip will for sure be easier than in any other region.

South Iceland

Suðurland, as we call it in Icelandic, is the largest and densely populated region in Iceland. Home to amazing places such as Skógar, Vík, or Thingvellir National Park. You will have plenty of what to see and what do. At the same time, camping network is great! And services for vehicles such as campers and motorhomes. Do not hesitate, add South Iceland to your trip planning! Most of its nature wonders can be visited all year round.

The are lots of hiking trails in Landmannalaugar besides Laugavegur
Landmannalaugar is an area in Iceland blessed with breathtaking natural landscapes. The colorful surfaces of the rhyolite mountains at Brennisteinsalda, the black lava fields of Laugahraun, and the rolling green meadows of this very special territory beckon hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts year after year. The most popular hiking trail here is the Laugavegur trail, which stretches from Landmannalaugar...
Two hikers stop to admire the beautiful rhyolite mountains in Landmannalaugar
Iceland is an outdoor lover's paradise. The land of cascading waterfalls, sprawling lava fields, and challenging glacier treks has something for everyone. What many may not know, however, is that Iceland is also an ideal destination for hikers. The country has some of the best hiking trails on Earth. Landmannalaugar in the Fjallabak Nature Reserve is the destination of...
Tent camping at Reykjavik Campsite in Iceland
Many people choose camping in Iceland as an economical way to see the country. This is an excellent choice as it affords you the freedom of traveling with your “home”. Campervan and motorhome rental in Iceland is one of the best ways to travel around the island. You’ve got around registered 170 campsites to choose from. The Reykjavik campsite...
Information about Iceland Campingcard vector drawing
The Iceland Campingcard is something that many campers take advantage of while visiting our beautiful country. The discount card grants you access to over 40 campsites in Iceland, and you can use it for about a month. In today's post of our Ultimate Guide to Camping in Iceland, we'll do a review of the Iceland Campingcard, talk about if...
Woman looking out at water and hills from bench at campground in Iceland
There is a wide range of campsites in Iceland with a huge variety of facilities and amenities for campers visiting our tiny Nordic Island. There are the traditional campsites for tent camping. You can also camp overnight in designated areas near popular attractions such as Skógafoss waterfall. And if you happen to bring Fido with you on your camping...
What are the top stops and attractions on Iceland's southern Ring Road?
Welcome back to part two of the best places to stop in southern Iceland during your trip around the Ring Road! Like I said in the previous article, there are a multitude of stops to choose from when it comes to traveling the Ring Road in Iceland. And southern Iceland is no exception. Let us take a look at...
Skogafoss falls are a popular stop on Iceland's southern Ring Road route
Congratulations! You are thinking about embarking on one of the greatest road trips in the world: traversing Iceland’s picturesque Ring Road route. The iconic route circumnavigates the entire island of Iceland, and you will see a handful of our breathtaking and unforgettable landscapes. But, where do you go? What should you see? If you are taking the most common...
The Silfra Fissure in Iceland's Thingvellir National Park
The Golden Circle, or sometimes known as the Golden Triangle, is a stunning sightseeing route that cuts through south Iceland. If it is your first time visiting our island nation, I would say it is a must-see. The route features some of the best that Iceland has to offer: tranquil waterfalls, one of our beloved national parks, powerful geysers,...
Volcanic black sand beaches near the seaside town of Vík
Located in southern Iceland, the sleepy fishing town has dominated social media for the past few years. This begs the question, “Why has a small fishing village with a population of around 300 drawn so much fanfare worldwide?” The answer can be summarized in two words: black sand. All of southern Iceland boasts monochromatic beaches, but two of the...
Grindavik Campsite
Are you arriving in Iceland late in the night but you want to sleep in your camper? According to the Icelandic legislation, wild camping is not allowed anymore. So what could you do? As you may be tired and willing to rest for the upcoming adventure. We have then prepared a detailed list of the features of the closest campsite...


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