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South Iceland is the region of along the North Atlantic Ocean. Towns are listed in an west-east order. South Iceland's charm lies in its many large and impressive waterfalls and glaciers, unique geology and fascinating medieval history.

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is a national park in and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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, also known as Vík, is a village in .
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is a town on the island of Heimaey. Heimaey is the largest of 15-18 islands in the Westman Islands archipelago, located just off the south-west coast of 's mainland.
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is a village in . The old fishing village is one of Iceland's well kept secrets.
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is a village in , located 97 km east of the capital city of .
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is a town in . is uniquely located in a geothermally active area.
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, often called Klaustur is a village in .
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is in . A remote encampment consisting of a campsite, and accommodation hut as well as basic amenity huts including an excellent shower block and a small shop.
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is the largest town in . is rarely seen as a tourist destination in its own right.
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, or Uppsveitir Árnessýslu in Icelandic, is a rural area in , home to many of the country's most famous attractions.
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