South Greenland is where Greenland most earnestly lives up to its name. Agriculture is thriving here along with animal husbandry and luxuriant vegetables, in contrast to the barren ice world. in fact contrasting together with diversity are perhaps the two words that best describe South Greenland. There are lush mountains, icebergs and pack ice, hot springs, rare minerals and interesting ruins left by the Norsemen, who disappeared 500 years ago.
Compared to the rest of Greenland, South Greenland’s towns and settlements are located close together. Within a relatively short time you can visit towns and settlements or relax in one of nature’s own spas by hiking, by boat or helicopter.