Lóndrangar are two volcanic pillars that whimsically change shapes depending on your viewing angle.

These basalt cliffs are remnants of a larger crater, eroded to their current form by the sea. The two main peaks are quite prominent: one stands 75 meters high and the other 61 meters. They are a popular spot for birdwatching, as many seabirds, including petrels and gulls, nest there. Lóndrangar is not only a natural wonder but also a place steeped in Icelandic folklore, often associated with trolls and ancient spirits.

Lóndrangar is a favorite destination for photographers and nature enthusiasts visiting Iceland. You can find it on the southwestern coast of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, south of the Snæfellsjökull glacier, near road 574.