Most people are perplexed when I tell them I drove from England to Iceland. "How?!" they exclaim, widening their eyes. I suppose it is not apparent so I will explain. To get to Iceland from London, taking the scenic route, not through England as most people tend to guess, you only need go to Folkestone, take the ferry or the Channel Tunnel (faster, no sea sickness), three more ferries and 2825 km of roads. Or if you wish for more driving, then cut the number of tunnels/ferries down to just the one in Folkstone and the one from Hirtshals to the Faroes and then Iceland.
Broken down it goes something like this:
England, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, The Faroe Islands, and Iceland
London / Amesbury / Hastings /Folkestone
Ösnabruk/ Hamburg/ Lübeck
Copenhagen/ Aarhus/ Hirtshals
The Faroe Islands
Seyðisfjörður / Þórshöfn / Raufarhöfn / Akureyri / Reykjavik