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Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8
Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8
Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8
Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8
Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8
Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8
Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8
Coastline on Snæfellsnes
Coastline on Snæfellsnes Djúpalónssandur. It’s a dramatic place to walk, with a series of rocky stacks emerging from the ocean. You can still see four ‘lifting stones’ on the beach where fishing-boat crews would test the strength of aspiring fishermen. The black sands are covered in pieces of rusted metal from the English trawler Epine, which was wrecked here in 1948. Several freshwater pools and the rocky arch Gatklettur are close to the car park. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/dritvik-djupalon#ixzz3EhYTLMO8