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This is an "experience" - it is not a spa, it is not a hot lagoon - it is the opportunity to bathe in the beautiful landscape in a more peaceful setting. Come here to get away from the tourists!
The water is pretty gross...More
I visited in early November so the walk from the car park was easy. It would be easy to drive along the South coast and not even know this existed but I'm so glad it does. The surrounding hillside is so picturesque and the pool...More
We visited Iceland in the winter - which means it's cold, windy, and often rainy. Seljavallalaug, as far as I'm aware, isn't that popular an attraction, but the day we went there was practically nobody there.
When you arrive in a car park at the...More
Take my advice... visit Seljavallalaug first thing in the morning. It was the best decision we made during our entire trip in Iceland.
We arrived at 6 am and got the pool all to ourselves. The moment was magical - sun peaking, mist over the...More
While I did not swim because it looked to be filled with algae, I was glad I hiked back to this secret swimming hole with my friend. It is located in a beautiful setting with mountains on both side, clinging to the base of a...More
Takes about 30 minutes to arrive at the pool. It wasn't difficult to do. We arrived pretty late. 6PM. By the time we got there at 6:30 it was starting to get dark. Everyone was leaving and we decided to stay. We were the only...More
So it's abandoned, it's not kept up, but come on, you're swimming in a geothermal pool in Iceland. I recommend going when there aren't alot of cars in the parking area. Wear your swimsuit in and bring an extra towel to put on the floor...More
I caught a bit of a cold and it was 40deg F when we arrived, so I decided not to change to get in. My friends did, and they regret it. The changing rooms were filthy and they did everything they could to avoid touching...More
This beauty is tucked away in the valley and hidden in the mountain. Well that said it does attract a lot of tourists! If you want some lone time then early bird gets the worm. I went there about 7 AM and there was only...More