Reynisdrangar, a series of breath-taking rock formations that rose over the ocean 18 million years ago, are also known as the "organ pipes".
Situated near the shore of Reynisfjara beach by the coastal village Vík on the South Coast of Iceland is Reynisdrangar, a series of breath-taking rock formations that rose over the ocean 18 million years ago. Also known as the “organ pipes”, the basalt sea stacks rise from the ocean 66 m into the sky.
Legend has it that two giant trolls once dragged a three-masted ship to land unsuccessfully. When daylight struck, the trolls were out of time and were turned into stone as a result and some locals swear that their cries and laments can still be heard from the shore. So, if you’re a troll and happen to be reading this, let that be a lesson to you.