The first thing you find when you are in Iceland is the purest air you’ve ever breathed, the best water you’ve ever drank and the least traffic you’ve ever experienced.
The country has an area of 100,000 square kilometers, with only 320,000 inhabitants. More than a third live in Reykjavik. Few countries in the world can compare with the harsh but impressive beauty of Iceland.
At the same time, the island is fiery and icy, threatening and tempting – it is a place of dramatic contrasts and home of glaciers, bubbling mud volcanoes, colossal waterfalls, warm geysers and enclosed people, cool and warm as well as their country, which is as if from another world to which the legends of a “hidden nation”.
About half of the population believe in “huldofolk” (the hidden nation), elves, fairies, trolls, dwarves who live in the country. The island lies in the Atlantic Ocean, a short distance from the Arctic Circle. The first people who decided to settle here more than a thousand years ago found what we’re going to show you in Iceland.
A country where people live in symbiosis with nature and where the water is so tasty and good that you forget about bottled or flavored waters where the surrounding scenery is so unique no matter the weather and season, where sheep is a thousand times more than people where salmon rides through the rivers and whales are fed by the coast, where the farmer or fisherman is as common as we are to be an official, where the main road is only one with number 1, where children are not able to excite for trains and where to find good coffee is harder to see than the polar ardor.
With each return to the island, there are images of grazing young lambs grazing wildly with sheep in green pastures right under the glaciers and also the taste of cod from the Atlantic. There is silence over beautiful scenery and sharp air from Greenland, where humility and tranquility will take you when you dive and maybe somewhere in the hot springs as your body regenerates thermal water and the night sky is captured by the aurora. equilibrium in the world.