After a recent renovation, Laugarvatnshellar has opened its doors to the public and will tell the amazing story of how two Icelandic families lived in the cave for many years. Located in South Iceland, the 20-minute guided tour will take visitors on a journey through the caves and their surroundings to tell a story and show Icelandic heritage to both locals and foreigners. As one of the few lived-in caves in Iceland, the cave was restored to exactly how it was when people lived there nearly 100 years ago. In line with the cave’s history, there is also a café offering traditional Icelandic refreshments, as inhabitants of the cave sold coffee and refreshments to travellers passing by.
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