In the south of Iceland, Vatnajökull National Park lies at the heart of Iceland's largest ice cap. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the largest national park in Europe. Here you will discover the combined work of rivers, ice, volcanic and geothermal activity that has given rise to rich and varied landscapes such as lava fields, waterfalls, craters, basaltic organs and glaciers. On the glacial lagoon of Jökulsarlon, the glaciers calve icebergs that the currents carry towards the ocean through a small channel and run aground on the beach. You can admire the beauty of these blue icebergs on the black volcanic beaches, the contrast of which calls for intense amazement.