Seasons in Iceland

Iceland is a region, full of contrasts. It becoming clear when you take a look at its natural views and landscapes: majestic glaciers, active volcanoes, hot wells, waterfalls and mysterious caves, green meadows with lush grass and rivers full of fish.

Top 5 Icelandic Resorts

The island of Iceland is situated in northern portion of the Atlantic Ocean between the Greenland and the Great Britain. It has maritime, cold, windy and shifty climate defined by warm North Atlantic Current and cold East Greenland Current as well as drifting Arctic ice that accumulates near northern and eastern coast of the country.

Nature of Iceland

Iceland is the country and the island of same name. It is situated in northern part of the Atlantic Ocean to east from Greenland. Territory of the country also comprises several lesser islands around main one. It is the land of mountains, volcanoes and glaciers.

Best Time to Visit Iceland

Iceland occupies the island of same name and several lesser islands around it. Climate of the country is forming under influence of North Atlantic Current, cold East Greenland Current, drifting polar ice and significant volcanic activity. Weather there is severe, but actually warmer than it may seem judging by global location of the island.