Suðurland covers most of the southern part of Iceland. The interior of the mainland is occupied by mountains, which descend steeply into the coastal plain. It is most often visited by tourists part of the island with numerous waterfalls and hot springs.
The southern region is easily accessible from Reykjavik, and its shores are covered with a fairly dense network of towns for Iceland. Steep cliffs rise above the coastal plain, which is a remnant of the island's former shore.
The most important attractions of the south include the Landmannalaugar Valley, through which a walking trail leads. It was placed by National Geographic among the 20 most beautiful routes in the world. On the route among the mountains are scattered tourist shelters that allow you to rest.
The Reykjadalur Valley is also a well-known place, where among idyllic landscapes you can take a bath in hot springs. In the southern region there is also the famous Golden Circle, which is one of the most popular tourist routes in the country.
The waterfalls located in southern Iceland are unique. Among them in one breath are the four most beautiful, Seljalandsfoss, Skógafoss, Gulfoss and Svartifoss.