The lagoon will offer a great view of the ocean.

Geothermal Lagoon to Open in 2021

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Hvammsvík cove.

Sea Baths Planned in Hvalfjörður

24 Nov There are plans to build sea baths in Hvammsvík cove in Hvalfjörður fjord, West Iceland.

Laugardalslaug swimming pool is closed today.

Hot Water Shortage in Parts of Reykjavík Today

11 Nov Due to a hot water main being connected, the Laugardalslaug swimming pool in Reykjavík is closed today.

The baths are located in Hringsgil ravine.

Geothermal Baths in Unusual Landscape

26 Sep New geothermal baths in a highly unusual location in West Iceland are scheduled to open November 20.

From the GeoSea baths.

GeoSea Baths among World’s Greatest Places

24 Aug The GeoSea geothermal sea baths in Húsavík, Northeast Iceland, is listed on Time Magazine’s Greatest Places 2019.

Enjoying geothermal water.

Viad to Invest in Lagoon in Kópavogur

31 Jul The international company Viad plans to invest USD 11 million in a geothermal lagoon and spa to be built on the ocean-front in Kópavogur.

Sounds Hot? Floating Pools and Geothermal Tea

9 Jul Floating pools, beer brewed with geothermal water, and geothermal tea – all this will be on offer at new nature baths, Vök Baths.

The Snæfellsnes peninsula offers a wild, magical landscape of lava fields, golden beaches and of course the famous Snæfellsjökull glacier.

A magical weekend beneath the mysterious Snæfellsjökull glacier

20 Mar The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is renowned for beautiful nature and charming villages. There are many things to do and see there, and most of them can be covered in a day trip from Reykjavik, even in winter.

Reykjavik Energy have activated a contingency plan due to the long period of frost hitting Reykjavik. Pictured are the city's hot water tanks at Perlan.

Reykjavik's pools could close due to the frost

30 Jan Hot geothermal water consumption in Reykjavik is at an all time maximum due to locals turning up their radiators in the cold. The frost will continue over the next few days which means that Veitur, Reykjavik Energy, may have to close the city's swimming pools to save hot water.

The firsts guests at Guðlaug pool enjoying the warm waters.

New geothermal pool opened at Langisandur beach in Akranes

8 Dec 2018 A new manmade hot geothermal pool was opened at Langisandur beach by the town of Akranes in West Iceland today. The pool is called Guðlaug, which is both a woman's name or can mean "the pool of god."




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