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Looking for a unique luxury property in the Icelandic countryside? Here are our top …

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Blue lagoon Reykjavik
Destination // Iceland

Famous for its geothermal pools, Reykjavik has emerged beyond the blue to become a …

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kirkjufellsfoss luxury iceland
Destination // Iceland

Steve McKenna is beguiled by the magical landscapes and age-old traditions of the Land …

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Iceland has a cool oceanic climate, as its location on the gulf stream rules the climate and keeps temperatures surprisingly pleasant for a place named after ice.  Winters in the lowlands usually have an average temperature of 0 degrees Celsius, while summer temperatures are usually around 10 degrees Celsius.  The most characteristic part of Iceland's weather is the wind, which the native tongue has nine different terms to describe.  The most popular time to visit is in Summer, between June and August.

 

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