On our way to Jokulsarlon we saw the south coast of Iceland. We stopped in the town of Selfoss for lunch, which is pretty much the last larger town in order to buy food or other things in larger stores. Most small towns have gas stations (N4 is the common one here) and there are generally cafes and coffee shops also.
But there are large swaths of countryside with nothing but stunning scenery and lots of sheep.
We stopped at Seljalandsfoss. Absolutely breathtaking!
You can hike behind the waterfall. This waterfall is right off the road, so it's filled with tourists and tour buses. There's a food truck and souvenir shop, as well as basic outhouses.
Next waterfall is Skogafoss, a powerful and tumultuous expanse of water. There's an epic hiking trail behind the waterfall that allows you to access a glacier.
This appears to be a popular camping spot. You can tent near the trail. There are clean modern restrooms with showers (think KOA), as well as a tiny town with cafes and hotels.
This is the volcano that caused a worldwide issue in 2010 and got people thinking about Iceland.
On our return to the city we stopped at Vik, a town on the black sand beach.
Vik is a good place to stop for gas or food. There's an excellent restaurant (try the seafood chowder!) as well as what appears to be an Icewear outlet store (Icelandic woolen items).
And some random beautiful things to look at: