Here is some of the most Charming Secret Lagoons with Iceland swimming pools and Iceland hot springs that you have to try. They are located on every corner of Iceland, which is ranked as the country with Best Service in the world. The most known bath place is named Iceland Blue Lagoon, is the most known one of them all. But we wanted to focus on other bath places on Iceland. This island offers several pools and hot tubs. They are located in one of world’s most beautiful areas.

So, we decided to guide you thru some of the nearest swimming pool baths places that you might goto. We can guarantee that these thermal baths Iceland, will give you a lifetime experience for sure. We will evolve this article, once we get to know more hot tubes and swimming pools.

We begin the entire Iceland Swimming pools guide in the northern parts of Iceland. Then we move towards the east like the clock. Down to the south and ends our journey at the eastern side of Iceland.

Our goal is to search and find every bath places around the country with Iceland Swimming Pools which lets you take a bath with amazing view of the landscape. There is something really exotic about Iceland for sure and their hot tubs and swimming pools should be visited.

 

Icelandic swimming pools revealedHofsós Pool is in North region of Iceland

If you want to experience out of this world view while swimming in hot tubes or in a swimming pool. Then Hofsós Pool magnificent view from these swimming pool in Hofsós Pool towards  Skagafjörður and the island of Drangey is an obvious pull for travelers who want to rest their weary bones.

This pool and hot tub place opened in March 2010, and was a given to the county by two businesswomen, Lilja Pálmadóttir and Steinunn Jónsdóttir.

This swimming pool park is open everyday all year. Visiting this place is like healing all of your sorrows away. Its a true breathtaking pool area with some of the best swimming pool views in the world.

Make sure you validate the opening hours, you really don’t want to miss your chance to swim there. The water is ultra clean, its temperature is perfect for a winter swim. Changing rooms are very well organized with locked compartments for valuables. Hofsóss pool is an unforgettable experience.

The price is for all day if you wish to swim all day once you are there. Here is all the important details about the opening hours.

Open Everyday all Year 

  • 09.00 – 21.00 (9am – 9pm)

Admission for Adults is 7.22 Euro
Children between 8 and 18 2.41 Euro

Icelandic swimming pools revealedÞelamörk Swimming Pool are awesome hot tubs in the North eastern region

Jónasarlaug in Þelamörk is named for the poet Jónas Hallgrímsson. It was built between 1943-1945 and is a popular resting place for families traveling in the North. Extensive renovations were made in 2008 the place. Then they renovated the pools. But thats not all. They also renovated the hot tubs and a waterslide were added and it is now one of the coolest Iceland Swimming Pools to visit.

This park is open everyday all year. Here is the details about the opening hours.

1st of June to 31st of August

  • Monday to Thursday: 11.00 – 22.00 (11am – 10pm)
  • Friday to Sunday: 11.00 – 20.00 (11am – 8pm)

1st of September to 31st of May

  • Monday to Friday: 17.00 – 22.30 (5pm – 10.30pm)
  • Friday: 17.00 – 20.00  (5pm – 8pm)
  • Saturday: 11.00 – 18.00 (11am – 6pm)
  • Sunday: 11.00 – 22.30 (11am – 10pm)

Admission for adults is 6.42 Euro (Between 16 and 66 years of age)

Icelandic swimming pools revealedSelárdalslaug is one of the Best Iceland Swimming Pools in the Eastern Region

Selárdalslaug in Vopnafjörður is located in the area of Iceland which is hottest during the summer. But don’t be shocked if the temperatures is low here too. But, with hot swimming pools. Iceland got a weapon against the cold weather.

This swimming pool is a bit hard to find, but its easy to find once you are in the area. The location is a bit outside of human activity, but that makes it much more exciting. The name Selárdalslaug stands on the banks of Selá river, that runs through a shallow canyon.

The pool is known for its beautiful surroundings that are majestic in both rain or sunshine. All year round, the pools got comfortable temperatures. The temperature is set at 33C (91.4F). The main pool is warmer than the average Icelandic pool, but guests can also lay down in the swimming pool for children or even relax in the hot tub which is really hot.

Admission for Adults is 5.62 Euro 
Teenagers between 13 and 16 year olds pay 2.81 Euro

Younger children is allowed to bath for free and the same goes for senior citizens and people with disabilities.

Icelandic swimming pools revealedVestmannaeyjar Pool  got some really nice waterslides in the Southern Region

The waterslides in the Westman Islands are the real deal when visiting Heimaey island that is located in the southern part of the country. You find this water park in the city named
Vestmannaeyjar.

The population on these islands is about 4135 people. The city is located at the Heimaey island is in fact one of the bigger Icelandic cities too. You can reach the island by boat or by airplane.

These outdoor area by the Vestmannaeyjar Island which is part of the Icelandic swimming pools is also a very comfortable place, yet exciting for all ages. Children and adults alike enjoy the climbing wall, basketball hoops and the two waterslides that the pool has to offer.

One of the slides ends in a trampoline that shoots swimmers up into the air before they land in the deep end of the large pool. This is pretty wicked and is for sure a must try thing to do at this pool park.

1st of June to 31st of August

  • Monday to Friday: 06.15 – 21.00 (6.15am – 9pm)
  • Saturday and Sunday: 09.00 – 18.00 (9am – 6pm)

1st of September to 31st of May

  • Monday to Friday: 06.15 – 07.55 (6.15am – 7.55am) and 14.00 – 21.00 (2pm – 9pm)
  • Saturday and Sunday: 09.00 – 17.00 (9am – 5pm)

Admission for adults is 7.22 Euro
Children between the ages of 10 to 17 pays 1.60 Euro

Icelandic swimming pools revealedDrangsnes Pool is located in the Westfjords of Iceland

The Icelandic swimming pools that are located in Drangsnes opened in 2005, which means that this bath place is pretty new.

When in Drangsnes, in the northern Westfjords, a stop in the hot tubs lodged on it’s beaches is a must stop. Admission to the hot tubs is free, but travellers may also want to visit the new swimming pool, located in a scenic spot with an awesome view.

All of the contrasts here is pretty high, but that’s what makes visiting Iceland so special. It’s an adventure for life. Here is a bit background regarding the area nearby:

Drangsnes is a fishing village, pure and simple. Conveniently located near the fishing grounds, it thrives in its minimalistic ways. In fact, the entrepreneur who runs the local restaurant and one of the guesthouses is a fisherman. He also runs the boat tours to Grímsey. Grímsey island, supposedly formed by a giant trying to dig the Westfjords apart from the rest of Iceland, is the biggest attraction in Drangsnes. The boat ride is only 10 minutes across. Grímsey boasts a rich bird life of puffins, fulmars and an interesting side story of fox farming.

It does not come as a surprise that in this small hamlet, the camping place is just by the municipality’s office building, as synergy is always important in small villages. Lastly: although the new swimming pool in town is of top notch quality, the blend-in-with-the-locals way of bathing would be to dip into the small hot pools at the shore.

1st of June to 31st of August

  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 16.00 – 19.00 (4pm – 7pm)
  • Saturday and Sunday: 14.00 – 17.00 (2pm – 5pm)

1st of September to 31st of May

  • Monday to Friday: 10.00 – 21.00
  • Saturday and Sunday: 11.00 – 18.00

Admission for Adults is 4.81 Euro
Free for those under the age of 16

Check out other Secret Hot Springs on Iceland in the vide below

Iceland Swimming Pools guide continues…

Of course, the pools that are listed is only a fraction of those that the country has to offer. We will increase the guide when getting more info from our Nordic neighbour country. Further information about pools by region can be found here.

In the end our journey we will reveal bathing places in the capital, Reykjavik. Our goal is that we want to reveal all of the Iceland swimming pools and hot tubs that is available for public to use.

We do this, because we think that Iceland is an exotic and gifted country with many Secret bathing places,  where the ground is never silent and gives visitors hot baths! The geologic activity that is going on this island in the middle of the ocean is so extreme in the contrast with the weather, that they’ve got these bathing places open everyday all year.

So, even if the temps are low. The water temps are always high as seen on the opening hours above. So, don’t worry if you see people swim when it’s really cold temps outside. This is Iceland.