We get it; some people just don’t like hot days. That’s why our list includes magical places like Iceland, where you can enjoy a mild climate with a lot of sun time.
The summer in Iceland occurs in June, July and August, where temperatures stay around 10-13ºC (50-55ºF) in coastal areas and 0-5ºC (32-41ºF) in the highlands. Daylight is long in summer, with up to 24 hours of sun in some areas.
Enjoy breathtaking natural landscapes, from glaciers and waterfalls to geysers and volcanoes. The country’s most famous attraction is the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa located in a lava field, where you can soak in the warm, mineral-rich waters while taking in the stunning surroundings. You can also explore the spectacular Vatnajökull glacier, dip in natural hot springs, or hike to see the majestic Gullfoss waterfall.
If you are brave, there’s a lot of adventure in Iceland. You can find many thrilling activities, including hiking, ice climbing, horseback riding, and even dog sledging. You can also go on a whale-watching tour, explore lava caves, or take a scenic helicopter ride over the majestic landscape.
Here you can find a list which includes some recommendations for the finest hotels in Iceland:
We are not affiliated with any of the previously mentioned groups. Instead, we are big fans of their service and unique locations. If you’re after an unforgettable experience in Iceland, any of the above-mentioned hotels will cater to your needs.