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Vik holidays

The southernmost village in Iceland, Vik’s stunning basalt beach has, in the past, been voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Home too many seabirds, such as puffins, the coastline around Vik is wild, with Antarctic rollers travelling thousands of kilometres, before thundering into the beach. With a population of approximately 290, the town is 180 km from Reykjavik and is an important service centre for the area’s inhabitants, close to the Myrdalsjokull glacier.

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