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  • Praia das Catedrais Galicia

    Officially it’s called the Praia de Augas Santas or “Beach of the Holy Waters” however, it’s known locally as Praia das Catedrais or “Cathedrals Beach.” With a row of overarching rock formations this is a simply stunning beach to visit but remember you can only explore it at low tide. Read more [...]

  • Thorsmork

    Þórsmörk (Thor’s Valley) is located up in the southern highlands Thorsmork nature reserve is an energetic location. Nestled between the glaciers Eyjafjallajökull, Mýrdalsjökull, and Tindfjallajökull is Þórsmörk, a nature reserve in the southern Icelandic highlands. Þórsmörk is one of Iceland’s most popular hiking destinations.

  • Maríulind Holy Spring

    According to legend, Guðmundur góði biskup – Bishop Guðmundur the Good had a vision in the year 1230 at Hellnar of a woman accompanied by three angels. She bade him consecrate the spring, which he did. I have not been able to find any written records on his vision, but Read more [...]

  • Baula Mountain

    Baula is a grey pyramid mountain formation composed of rhyolite and a mystical power spot. Rhyolite gemstone is reported to help you process the past, facilitate change, improve concentration and creativity and helps you fulfill spiritual quests. Baula is the only pure laccolith, a specific kind of igneous rock formation, Read more [...]

  • Vik Beach

    There are many beautiful nature spots around Iceland, but this spot is one of those power places where you can actually feel the tremendous energy. Waves originating from the Antarctic eventually crash on the black sand.  


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