Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

Enjoy Iceland with us.is Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

Why Everyone's Going to Iceland (and Why You Should Join Them) Reykjavik, Golden Circle, Southwest Iceland

Why Everyone's Going to Iceland (and Why You Should Join Them)

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Elves in Iceland . If you live in Iceland, chances are that you have a certain reverence for elves, fairies, trolls and "hidden fol.

Here's where you can find elves in Iceland

Here’s where you can find elves in Iceland

Iceland’s Saga Foundation compiled and published the map last fall, linking traditional folk tales featuring so-called Huldufólk (“hidden people”) with locations all across the island.

Turf Houses Made for Elves, Iceland. Photo the expert vagabond

Iceland Photography: The Land Of Fire & Ice

Iceland is the most beautiful country I've ever visited. A mysterious land of glaciers & volcanoes with opportunities for stunning Iceland photography.

According to a 1998 survey, a majority of Icelanders believe in the existence of elves. | 17 Bizarre Facts To Know Before You Visit Iceland

17 Bizarre Facts About Iceland

How the country’s history and geography created the perfect setting for magical creatures, whose perceived existence sparks environmental protests to this day.

Why So Many Icelanders Still Believe in Invisible Elves

Elf door in Icelandic countryside. Some Icelanders believe in elf habitations or cursed spots. Iceland's hidden elves delay road projects - World News Photo by Bob Strong/Reuters file

Tales of Iceland Elves and Trolls

Tales of Iceland Elves and Trolls

Most Icelanders believe in trolls, elves, and hidden people. Hear the sagas of Iceland elves and trolls from our travels around Iceland.

A visit to the Elf Garden in Iceland. We didn't see any elves but we had a beautiful visit.

A Magical Visit to the Elf Garden in Iceland

A visit to the Elf Garden in Iceland. We didn't see any elves but we had a beautiful visit.

Huldufólk - Iceland's Belief in Elves Among the old beliefs that held on was a strong connection with the Landvættir and Huldufólk - the "Land Wights" and "Hidden People."  Picture > Jökulsárgljúfur National Park, Iceland

Huldufólk - Iceland's Belief in Elves

Iceland possesses a mystical landscape that many of the locals believe is home to supernatural beings from Norse mythology such as elves and trolls.

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