About Snæfellsnes

The Snæfellsnes peninsula is often described as a miniature version of Iceland because of the diverse scenery and landscapes that it offers. This spectacular area has been the scene for many local legends and was even the inspiration for Jules Verne's 1864 science fiction novel "Journey to the Center of the Earth". Snæfellsnes has both white and black sandy beaches, cliffs full of nesting seabirds, lakes full of trout and rivers full of salmon, towering mountains, volcanic craters and charming fishing villages. The jewel in the crown is the Snæfellsjökull glacier atop a dormant volcano, 1446m high. We offer travel in groups of up to 14 people in comfortable, customised vehicles.