Parc Nacional de Þingvellir, Geysir de Strokkur i la cascada Gullfoss

De bon matí hem anat a canviar diners a Informació Turisme de Reykjavik, i ens han fet esperar fins les 10h, que és l'hora que obren les taquilles per al canvi de moneda. Avui deixem la capital per a començar la ruta per Islàndia, seguint la ring road en direcció contrària a les agulles del rellotge.

Després de comprar provisions a un súper de Reykjavik, hem agafat el cotxe cap a Hveragerði, un poble ple de hivernacles, degut a la enorme activitat geotermal del subsòl. Havíem llegit a la guia que a la zona geotèrmica de Gufudalur hi ha, a part fumeroles, un geyser de 12m anomenat Grýla. Hem anat fins allà, però ens han dit que el geysir ja no existeix; resulta que li tiraven detergent per a que el geysir sortís a la voluntat dels turistes... fet que va provocar que el geysir Grýla deixés d'expulsar l'aigua de sota terra.

Parc Nacional de ÞingvellirHem baixat fins al poblet de pescadors Eyrarbakki, que està al sud, tocant al mar. Aquest poblet va ser el principal port pesquer d’Islàndia fins el segle XIX. Avui en dia encara hi ha molts edificis de l’època intactes, així com un museu folklòric: Söfnin Folk Museum.

De camí cap a Þingvellir volíem anar a Kerið, un petit cràter amb un llac a dins, però ens ho hem saltat perquè estava plovent considerablement. A mesura que ens apropàvem al Parc Nacional de Þingvellir, per sort, ha parat de ploure. Així, hem pogut passejar per la falla que separa Europa i Amèrica (Almannagja) i veure la cascada Oxarafoss. L'antic Parlament és una caseta molt maca, típica islandesa. L’entorn és preciós!

Geysir de StrokkurD’aquì, seguint la típica ruta turística que fa tothom, hem anat a veure el Geysir de Strokkur. La veritat és que teníem poques espectatives, però realment és increïble! Aparques i camines quatre passos…i el tens allà mateix! Cada 5 o 10 minuts aproximadament surt disparat un xorro d’aigua calenta de sota terra, que de vegades arriba a més altura i altres vegades a menys… però que no decepciona.

cascada GullfossI finalment, a 10km del Geysir, es troba la cascada Gullfoss: impressionant, espectacular!! Pots caminar per la vora de la muntanya i seguir-la en tot el seu curs, veure-la des de diferents miradors,… una passada. Ens ha deixat impactats.

Ja cansats, hem anat cap a la granja Dalbaer III a dormir. RECOMANABLE 100%. Ens hem banyat al hot pot, a 39ºC, tot i que estava plovent i feia una rasca…! Està de conya, té internet, jacuzzi al lavabo i cuina.

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