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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
Short 15min hike to the pool
The change rooms are a bit dirty but useful
The area is very popular even when the weather isn’t great so be prepared.
I didn’t find the water was very warm. There is a corner that’s hotter but overall...More
This was a cool place to visit. The walk up is along a river that has some beautiful sights and is worth the walk. The pool itself was warm and had a neat view. Sadly, the amount of tourists are ruining the location. There was...More
I am a history enthusiast (and someone who looks for off-the-beaten-path ideas) so I was really intrigued by the idea of Seljvallalaug. Ultimately, the experience was a great one for me. That said, no, the changing area isn’t clean, and there is algae in the...More
"Ratched" is the urbanized version of "wretched," which means "of poor quality." This pool was ratched. My wife, daughter and I were there in early August, and all the detailed descriptions below are spot-on. Wear your swimsuits under your clothes so you won't be scarred...More
I was there two days ago. And am both saddened and horrified by the state travellers have left this pool and it’s change rooms. Filthy, full of garbage, empty beer bottles, discarded clothes, underwear, toilet paper, and more, all strewn about the change area.
Echoing the choir here when i say the change rooms are DISGUSTING, but be quick about it and you'll be fine. Bring flip flops for your feet to help you change, towel, a plastic bag for your clothes that you do not mind setting on...More
After a long day getting to Dyrholaey we wanted to find a pool on the way back to Selfoss. Found this one.
Now, if you want posh and pristine and prefer guided tours over flinging yourself into the world to see what happens, then probably...More