I've been to this place a few times now, although during some parts of the year, the hot pool is empty. When open, there is a large shallow swimming pool that is geothermally heated. (Changing rooms are available and during summer, BBQs are hosted.) Locals take a dip in the hot pool before going into the icy waters in the... 更多
So far this is the best thing I've done in Reykjavik/Iceland. Everything is so expensive and this is enjoyable and affordable! We paid 600isk each for winter and stored our valuables behind the desk, the changing rooms are warm and very clean. We did the brave quick dip in the January sea before enjoying the heated pool and was lots... 更多
We had heard it was a Scandinavian tradition to run between the freezing cold ocean and hot springs, and this was the perfect chance to try something similar. (Just FYI, there is a small fee to use the locker/changing room facilities in the winter). We had an awesome visit. We trekked out to the cold water a few times and... 更多
Just to start off this is a public beach. There are no luxuries. Bring bathing suit and towel. This was a great experience. Went into the very cold ocean and got to hop into the hot bath right after. A small fee for use of locker rooms and facilities during the winter months. It is something very simple, but very... 更多
We walked to this little beach after doing some Internet searching for places to visit. It took us an hour to walk here from the old harbour and I'm glad we did. Make sure you take your swim wear and towel, we didn't and we regretted it. Small beach, thermal pool, showers and lovely views. You can also get to... 更多
Swimming in 12-13 degrees in August is really refreshing. Also just to relax in the "hot pot" or steam bath. An attraction for both locals and tourists.
I visited here late in November..........I had a very brave quick deep in the North Sea (3 degrees....) then sat in the geothermal pool under the stars with locals. Great experience and a little more 'real' than Blue Lagoon
We visited the thermal beach because we wanted to see where the locals go. It was a blast! There is a beach area where you can swim in the cold water, a nearby beach area where the beach is somewhat warmed by hot springs, and a third area that is like a small warm pool or a large concrete hot... 更多