I’ve never been somewhere where literally every few hundred feet is a point of interest, a little roadside attraction, an inspiration – only Iceland could bring you that.
When we went to Iceland earlier this year we spent several nights in Klauster (AKA Kirkjubæjarklaustur). Right down the street was Kirkjugólf so we took all of a three minute drive one afternoon and checked it out.
Also known as The Church Floor, these are actually the remnants of worn down basalt columns. Just another example of the awesome things you can find when you take a moment to stop and enjoy what is around you.
And then, if you’re in Iceland, you can drive 2 minutes and stop at a random waterfall. 😉