Snæfellsnes is the middle of the three great peninsulas which extend off the western coast of Iceland, south of the Westfjords and north of the Reykjanes Peninsula. While it's not that far from Reykjavik, it's not part of the country's "ring road" and receives far less tourist traffic. The peninsula extends about 90 km (around 55 mi.) in length, with its wester tip home to the Snæfellsjökull volcano and national park named after it. See the magical peninsula from above in this drone video by Breath of Iceland.