We spent today some time with wheel changing after we broke our rim and tire over the stone hidden in the sand. So the only later afternoon refreshing stop was Reykjanesvíti. It is the oldest lighthouse in Iceland, located on the tip of the Reykjanes Peninsula. Reykjanesvíti lighthouse was first built in 1878, although it was damaged beyond repair just eight years later following a major earthquake. The current building was raised in 1908. Due to the erosion of the cliff on which it stands, it is expected that a new building will be needed in the next few years. Reykjanesviti is within sight of the geothermal area Gunnuhver, which holds the largest mud pot in Iceland.

Sandgerði – parking location: 64.0393701N 22.6984476W