Reynisfjara Beach

When you’re on the hunt for a unique beach destination, Reynisfjara Beach in Iceland should be at the top of your list. This black volcanic sand beach sits between scattered cliffs and cave mouths with roaring Atlantic waves crashing on its shores. The views from the beach include the Reynisdrangar sea stacks, a bizarre looking rock pillar renowned in Iceland. Reynisfjara Beach is the definition of Iceland’s pure and raw natural beauty, and visiting is often a dream for beach lovers.

Getting There

To reach this Icelandic beach, you will fly into Keflavik Airport — Iceland’s only international airport. From there, we recommend renting a car to really explore the raw beauty of the island. If you are driving from the capital of Reykjavik, the drive to Reynisfjara Beach is relatively easy and takes about two and a half hours to complete. If you are travelling from Canada, you can take a flight from popular destinations like Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver, Montreal and Halifax.