Black Sand Beach, Vik, Iceland. Admission Free
Accessibility:Situated off a road running downhill from Highway 1 to the car park by the beach, which itself is level but it has an even surface (please see our videos). Please see https://guidetoiceland.is/travel-info/iceland-in-a-wheelchair-adventures-accessible-to-everyone
and https://www.thekkingarmidstod.is/english/ about Sjálfsbjörg (The National Association of People with Disabilities in Iceland) which has the stated goal of “working to create [a society in which] the disabled enjoy full participation and equality” and regularly conducts surveys on museums, pools, and other public places, making recommendations for country-wide improvements.
One of the best of Iceland's black sand beaches, composed of volcanic minerals and lava fragments.
Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach, Iceland
See email addresses for Visit Reykjavík: (at City Hall, Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík) at https://visitreykjavik.is/about-us
+354 411 6000 ( Visit Reykjavík: City Hall, Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík)
Directions:Situated on the south coast of Iceland, signposted and to the south of the Highway 1 which runs westwards towards Reykjavik
Open all year. Admission free.
Please see https://www.icetra.is/ and https://visitreykjavik.is/city/public-transportation on Public transportation (called Strætó in Icelandic). Reykjavík has an excellent bus system with regular services to and from all the city’s major towns and attractions. For information, access to their convenient destination planner and free travel app, visit strætó.is. For a map of services please see http://www.publictransport.is/
There are many amenities in Reykjavik