Iceland is famous for its hot springs, and there are many to choose from. They can be found all around the island, some of which are of course harder to get to than others. This map will tell you where the best ones are.
Hot water rivers, geothermally heated pools... Icelanders are big fans of swimming and know how to take advantage of all the health benefits of hot springs. The country has an incalculable number of pools, most of which are of course natural spring water heated by the geothermal activity of the island.
What a joy to swim at 39 °C in the open under the Northern Lights or the midnight sun when the outdoor air is a brisk 0 °C to 10 °C.
Some, such as the Blue Lagoon, the Secret Lagoon, Vök Baths, GeoSea or Myvatn Nature Baths, are very modern resorts that charge a typical price of admission for a spa, while others are isolated in the countryside and rustic, but they won't break the bank.
You can also check out our in-depth article on the best hot springs in Iceland.
From tiny pools just a few meters across to rushing hot water rivers like the one in Reykjadalur, anyone can find the perfect hot spring for their needs!
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