Ancient basalt volcanic dikes cut unique shapes on the coast of Snæfellsnes: Lóndrangar and the hill Svalthufa are actually the remains of a crater, which has slowly eroded into its present form by the sea. The cliffs are one the key draw on the south coast of the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Located on the west coast, Lóndrangar makes for a great place to watch the sunset. Be sure to dress appropriately, the wind is very strong and there is nowhere to take shelter. There is ample parking and prepared path and stairs to the top of the hill.