Iceland is a volcanic island country that has an area of 39,768 square miles and 3,088 miles of coastline. Its highest point is Hvannadalshnukur at 6,922 feet. It has a rugged landscape with sulphur beds, hot springs, lava fields, geysers, waterfalls and canyons dotting it. Iceland is a very volcanic region with approximately 200 volcanoes, the majority of which are active. The interior of Iceland is mostly an elevated plateau.