Dyrhólaey

Dyrhólaey is a promontory reaching out into the ocean on the south coast of Iceland. The 120 meters high peninsula is the southernmost part of the country. Very rich birdlife can be enjoyed on Dyrhólaey: guillemots, razorbills, gannets, puffins, various types of seagulls and many other birds can be seen here. In front of the promontory there is a huge black arch of lava standing in the sea, which gave Dyrhólaey its name (island with the door hole). The peninsula is surrounded by great views. In the east lava columns Reynisdrangar come out of the sea, in the west a long coastline can be seen from Dyrhólaey if weather conditions are good.

 

Dyrhólaey
Dyrhólaey
Dyrhólaey
Dyrhólaey
Dyrhólaey
Dyrhólaey
Lighthouse on Dyrhólaey
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Puffins on Dyrhólaey
Puffins on Dyrh...
Reynisdrangar
Reynisdrangar
Reynisdrangar
Reynisdrangar
Surroundings of Dyrhólaey
Surroundings of...
Surroundings of Dyrhólaey
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Views from Dyrhólaey
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