Iceland is known as the Land of Fire and Ice, but it could also be considered the Land of Waterfalls. There are over 10,000+ waterfalls in the country, and many are world-famous. There are many waterfalls in Iceland that information is hard to find, if at all. Our mission is to document Iceland’s waterfalls for the digital age, and we want our resources to be useful for both Icelanders and Travelers.

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Foss á Síðu

Foss á Síðu is a commonly seen waterfall that is frequently passed. This waterfall is located in the Southern Region and is viewable from the Ring Road (Route 1). Foss á Síðu is not a mighty waterfall, but its slender cascade against the dark cliffside and vivid greenery makes it truly beautiful. Many would be surprised to learn that Foss á Síðu is Iceland’s 14th tallest waterfall.

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