In a fast-paced world of sprawling hustle, Iceland's pure nature and empty expanses stand out as luxury. Despite its name, "ice" only covers about 10% of the land, but still represents the largest glaciers left in Europe. It is a source of pure water and the purity of Icelandic products.Learn More
Iceland is a very young country, still in the midst of its own creation. Shaped by the forces of nature, the barren landscapes demonstrate the creativity and powers of the four basic elements - earth, air, fire, and water - in a dramatic way. Active volcanoes, bright green valleys, glacier-cut fjords, black sand
beaches, and roaring rivers are the most distinctive features of the Icelandic landscape. Although they are very accessible, they still remain virtually untouched by human civilization. In a fast-paced world of sprawling development, Iceland's pure nature and empty expanses stand out as a luxury.
The Race of Fire & Ice is the toughest multi-terrain race in the world. Run, walk or crawl your way to finish 250km of the Icelandic wilderness. Are you ready?
Land of Tales
Iceland is rough. It's got mountains and volcanoes, dwelling about a shadowy & misty land. Life is rough, but beautiful. Iceland is sorrowful and magnificent.
Despite the name, "ice" only covers about 10% of the land, but still represents the largest glaciers left in Europe. It represents a source of pure water and symbolizes the purity of Icelandic products. Icelanders are proud of their close ties to nature, and is dedicated to preserving this natural wealth
through responsible conservation. According to the Environmental Performance Index, created by the World Economic Forum in 2012, Iceland is the world's greenest country. Iceland is at the forefront of the renewable energy production, and nearly every home in the country is supplied with that energy.
In a land of myth and legend, where fire meets ice, surrounded by the hot springs, glaciers, and the mystical glow of Northern Lights, Minarc Architects created a new hotel in Iceland near Thingvellir National Park that reflects the natural beauty of the region, with clarity and simplicity.Learn More