If you fall in love with Iceland’s outdoor pool tradition, don’t stop at the Blue Lagoon, take a look at Reykjavik’s other spas. You’re likely to meet more locals, and they’re a fraction of the cost of the Blue Lagoon.
Features an outdoor pool, indoor children’s pool, outdoor paddling pool, water slide and fountains for children, 3 hot tubs, a steam bath and sauna.
AKA “Hot Spring Valley.” Want the hot water, without the steep price tag in conveniently located Reykjavik? This is the place for you.
Relax with the locals in the hot tubs, lap pool, and multiple heated pools.
No tourists, just locals here. Indulge in a relaxation room, geothermal pool or steambath. Priced very cheap, about 500kr, approximately $4 USD.
Have a favorite pool in Iceland that I missed? Let me know in the comments and maybe I’ll get the chance to visit on my next trip to Iceland.