정보: Dómadalur

Domadalur is a valley east of Kringla (Landmannahellir cave) in the south of the Icelandic highlands.

The valley has a little shallow lake and east of it is a sandy obsidian lava field called Domadalshraun. The cabins of travel service Landmannaleidir e.hf. are nearby with good accommodations for travellers and horses, along with a camping ground.

Explore this area of Iceland on a self drive tour.

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