There aren't many countries where you can visit thermal springs and glaciers on the same day.
In the southeast is Skaftafell, where visitors are treated to striking white glaciers against a backdrop of green fields and black sands.
Then there's Hraunfossar in the west, a series of waterfalls streaming over 900 meters out of a lava field.
Skagafjörður in northern Iceland, is an agriculture-rich region with more horses then humans. Scenic delights here include snow-topped mountains, a beautiful coastline and chunks of glacial ice dotting the fjord.
The Blue Lagoon -- arguably the busiest tourist sight in Iceland -- is located down south. Hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the world travel here each year to soak in its nutrient-rich water.
Click through the gallery above for our pick of the most beautiful places to see in Iceland.