It looks like Franceís Etretat but itís not Etretat : itís Dyrholaey. This 110 m high mountain block is the southernmost point of Iceland.
Dyrholaey is a heaven for birds, which come in may-june to lay. The site is closed during these two months and opens in july. From the top of the cliffs, you can see the black sand beach stretching to the west and Vikís needles at east.