Is driving around Iceland easy?
Iceland is also surprisingly easy to navigate. One road, Route 1 otherwise commonly referred to as 'The Ring Road' loops the whole mainland part of the island with a network of straight-forward roads that deviate off it. Those are the roads that you need to drive to really see the country.
Is it difficult to drive around Iceland?
Driving around Iceland is a wonderful way to experience all those wonders of nature at your own pace. Most people visiting choose to drive the ring road (Rte. The road is mostly paved and very well maintained, however there are stretches of unpaved gravel surfaces in the eastern part of the country.
Can you drive around Iceland in a day?
If you haven't figured it out by the map above, Iceland's Ring Road encircles the entire country covering over 800 miles on Route 1. While you could technically drive the whole thing in less than 24 hours, the reality is it will take you at least a week with stops on along the way.