Iceland’s beaches are different. In the south of the country there are large black sandy beaches but in other parts of the country the beaches are rugged and rocky although there are white and black sandy beaches in between.
It is said that many ships lie buried on the black sands on the south shores and that there are treasures hidden there underneath the sand. The black sand has excavated many ships over the centuries.
There are also other valuables on the coast of Iceland. By directing the eyes downward, the incredible and ever-changing world of life and vegetation is revealed. The treasures are everywhere.