Icelandic sculpture outside the Pearl in July

Are you wondering what the weather in Iceland during July is like? See summer pictures from Iceland here.

If you're planning on a summer vacation in Iceland, then here are some pictures sent to us from Italian traveller Riccardo Ferro taken in July 2016.

You'll notice that there's plenty of blue skies and green grounds, although a bit of rain too - but never any darkness! 

Gullfoss waterfall in Iceland in July

Riccardo didn't skip on the essential Golden Circle, and here you can see a typical midsummer view of the golden waterfall Gullfoss.

Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in Iceland in July

You'll find every shade of blue if you visit Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in the southeast part of Iceland.

Svartifoss waterfall in Skafafell, Iceland in July

Here's a great shot of Svartifoss waterfall, Black Waterfall, in Skaftafell nature reserve. It's called Black Waterfall because of the black columns surrounding it.

Reykjavík city pond in July

A sunny day in central Reykjavík, with a view over the Reykjavík city pond.

The Reykjavík harbour area in July

Here's a view of the Reykjavík harbour, towards Harpa concert hall on a rather cloudy day.

View from Harpa on a rainy day in Reykjavík in July

And here's more of a rainy view of Reykjavík's harbour, taken from Harpa.

South coast of Iceland in July

You'll often see stunning views just from the road as you're driving around in the countryside. Here you can see a typical Icelandic south coast landscape.

Gljúfrabúi waterfall in Iceland in July

This is the Gljúfrabúi waterfall, that's located inside a small gorge right next to the ever-so-popular Seljalandsfoss waterfall on the south coast of Iceland.

Riccardo Ferro in the Blue Lagoon, Iceland in July

Thank you Riccardo Ferro for sharing your pictures with us, here's one last one of him in the Blue Lagoon! All photo credit goes to Riccardo Ferro.

You can take a look at what the weather is like in Iceland in June here, and see Iceland in May here. If you'd like us to feature your pictures in an article, then please send them our way!