There are few destinations that offer the extremities of climate, culture and character found in Iceland but with such punishing temperatures it is hardly a surprise that Iceland incurs the lowest population count of any European country. Within the country itself the residency is distributed irregularly with more than two thirds of the population residing in the capital, Reykjavik and
It is easy to let Lanzarote’s small size of 845.9km2 deceive you into thinking you’ll struggle to find things to do. Quite on the contrary, whether you’re looking for some light hearted family fun, a taste of culture or exposure to some astounding natural beauty there is sure to be something that will appeal. Although in recent years Lanzarote has
Usually formed in the caldera, or crater, left behind after a volcanic eruption, crater lakes can also develop in the impact site of a meteorite or even a man made space created by an explosion. The stunning results are definitely worth a visit. Below is a gallery of our top ten favourite crater lakes from around the world.