Reynisfjara is a black sand beach located on the south coast of Iceland, near the small town of Vik. The beach is known for its unique basalt columns, towering cliffs, and crashing waves. The sand on Reynisfjara is black because it is made up of volcanic ash from nearby volcanoes. The beach is surrounded by dramatic scenery, including the Reynisdrangar rock formations, which rise out of the sea just off the shore. These pillars of basalt are said to be trolls that were caught in the sunlight and turned to stone.
Vik is a small town located on the southern coast of Iceland, just a few kilometers west of Reynisfjara. It is situated at the foot of a mountain called Reynisfjall, which provides a stunning backdrop for the town. Vik is known for its beautiful scenery and is a popular destination for tourists who are exploring the southern coast of Iceland. In addition to Reynisfjara, there are several other attractions in the area, including the Dyrhólaey peninsula, which offers panoramic views of the coast, and the Mýrdalsjökull glacier, which is the fourth largest glacier in Iceland.
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