Iceland’s spas are truly a must-experience if you are planning to visit this lovely country soon. You have a number of options when you’re looking for Iceland spas but chief among these is the most famous one named the Blue Lagoon Spa.
The Blue Lagoon Spa is Iceland’s foremost spa. It is extremely popular not just among the locals, but also among its visitors. Basking in its spa treatments promises to be an extremely amazing and one-of-a-kind experience you surely won’t forget. Its steamy waters are in fact a part of some lava formation.
The soothing warm waters are abundant in minerals such as sulphur and silica, and immersing in the Blue Lagoon is presumed to be helpful to most people that are suffering from various skin ailments. Both in the swimming and bathing areas of the lagoon have water temperature which averages from 37-39 degree Celsius.
The Blue Lagoon is presumed to be helpful to most people that are suffering from various skin ailments.
The Blue Lagoon’s active ingredients are supplied sustainably, plus, the production procedures are eco-friendly. The lagoon is sourced by the water output of Svartsengi, the geothermal power plant nearby—and it is being renewed each couple of days. The waters are then provided for into the Blue Lagoon for therapeutic and recreational bathing purposes.
The Spa can be found at a lava field within the Grindavik along the Reykjanes Peninsula, on the southwest side of Iceland. The Blue Lagoon is just about located 13km from the Keflavik International Airport; it is also situated roughly 39 km from Reykjavik—the capital city of Iceland. That’s approximately a merely 20 minute drive from Keflavik International Airport plus a 40 minute travel from its capital city.
Bear in mind that Iceland requires a strict code of hygiene and all the guests are needed to take a shower sans clothing on within the communal shower prior to and after bathing. It’s always best to comply with these strict guidelines to avoid further inconveniences.
Find out why The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most widely visited tourist attractions in Iceland and be prepared to be relaxed and pampered with a wonderfully unique rejuvenating experience.
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