Informationen über: Klettshellir

Klettshellir is the largest and best-known cave in the Westman Islands.

The cave lies innermost of sea rock Ystiklettur. It is quite high and has a deep-sea level. Brass concerts in the cave are popular, as the cave gives off fantastic acoustics.

Explore this area and more on a tour of the Westman Islands.

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Heimaey

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Vestmannaeyjar

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Eldfell

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Elefantenfelsen

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Seljalandsfoss

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Gljufrabui

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Surtsey

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Akurey

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Nauthúsagil

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Þorvaldseyri

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Fljótshlíð

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Hvolsvöllur

Hvolsvöllur is a small town of 950 people in south Iceland, conveniently located by the Ring Road. It is often travelled through or stopped off in b...

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Seljavallalaug

 Credit: Wikimedia, Creative Commons, photo by Johannes Martin Seljavallalaug is an outdoor swimming pool in South Iceland, roughly ten kilometres (s...

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Eyjafjallajökull

Der Gletschervulkan des Eyjafjallajökull ist auf der ganzen Welt berüchtigt, weil er im Jahr 2010 verheerende Auswirkungen auf den Flugverkehr hatte...

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Skógafoss

Der Skógafoss ist einer der größten und schönsten Wasserfälle in Island mit einer erstaunlichen Breite von 25 Metern und einem Gefälle von 60 Metern...

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Gígjökull

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Skógar

Skógar, in South Iceland, is a tiny village and popular stop for travellers. It has a population of about 20 people, features a regional museum and...

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Skogar Museum - Skógarsafn

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Kvernufoss

Photo by Regína Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir. Kvernufoss is a waterfall with a drop of 30 metres (98 feet) in South Iceland. Considered a hidden gem, it rests...

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Þríhyrningur

Wikimedia. Creative Commons. Milan Nykodym.  Þríhyrningur (‘Three Peaks Mountain’) is a mountain found in Katla Geopark, in the south-west corner of...

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