The Reykjanes (or Southern) Peninsula is located in the southwestern corner of Iceland. Home to Keflavík International Airport, the major point-of-entry for most visitors to the country, the Reykjanes Peninsula is far more than just a transit hub, boasting some stunning sights and attractions to explore. Don’t miss The Blue Lagoon, a world-famous geothermal health spa; the bubbling mud pools of Gunnuhver; or the Bridge Between Continents at Sandvik (a structure which straddles the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates). Other key sights include Viking World (near Reykjanesbaer), a fascinating museum with a full-size replica ship on display, and Keflavik’s Icelandic Museum of Rock ‘n’ Roll, a beautifully-designed exhibition space with funky, modern installations first opened in 2014.