Arches UK - a collection of Nature’s arches and bridges
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Dyrholaey - Door Hole is a very large sea arch near to the town of Vik at the southernmost point of Iceland. Behind the arch is a small island that has two openings. The area near to the arch is a major breeding ground for Arctic Terns and other sea birds.
The arch has a span of about 165 ft and a height of about 95 ft. There is a smaller opening alongside it that could have a span of about 50 ft.