Snæfellsnes is a 90 km long peninsula located about 150 km or 2 hours from Reykjavík. It is known for its diversity of natural features found there. The three main attractions in Snæfellsnes Peninsula are Stykkishólmur, Ólafsvík, and Arnarstapi. An interesting thing about these towns is that they were all little fishing villages. So if you come to Snæfellsnes It is guaranteed that you will be able to taste fermented shark. All three destinations are all very different and beautiful in their own way.
Reykjanes is a peninsula in South West Iceland. There are a few towns, Keflavík, where you land at your arrival in Iceland, Njarðvík, Grindavík and other lesser known towns. Reykjanes is 829 square kilometres, the population is close to 28000 people. There are a lot of tourist attractions in Reykjanes for example The Blue Lagoon, Krýsuvík, Reykjanes Geopark and many beautiful hotels. It is popular amongst tourists to start their journey in Reykjanes. Reykjanes uses a lot of sustainable energy and spreads to other regions of Iceland.
Borgarfjörður is a fjord in southwest Iceland that is 67km from Reykjavík and approximately one hour drive from there. It is known for the many activities there, taking day tours there is popular among the families from Reykjavík. It’s a very beautiful place and gets its name from Skalla-Gríms Kveldúfsson’s farm called Borg. Across the fjord lies Hringvegurinn which is a road that runs through all of Iceland and connects most cities and farms in the country.