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Pools in Iceland

Take a dip in Iceland’s numerous geothermally heated swimming pools, hot tubs and spas. Don’t forget Nauthólsvík Beach in Reykjavík and of course, the Blue Lagoon.

// Elephant Rock in Heimaey, Iceland. I would love to hear the folklore about this little island. //

Elephant Rock in Heimaey, Iceland - Cool how this rock resembles an elephant!

Porsmörk, Island

Valahnúkur © Uwe Müller — in Iceland.

Seljavallalaug, the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. Tucked up in the mountains next to a river in the south, it’s a bit of a walk to get to but it’s so worth it. The water is a bit dirty, still pretty ashy from the volcanic eruption in 2010, but it’s a great place to hang out for the afternoon.

Seljavallalaug, the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. Tucked up in the mountains next to a river in the south, it’s a bit of a walk to get to but it’s so worth it. The water is a bit dirty, still pretty ashy from the volcanic eruption in but it’s a g

La grieta Silfra permite bucear… ¡entre dos continentes! Sumérgete en su magia de agua en http://blog.viva-aquaservice.com/2013/08/07/la-grieta-silfra-permite-bucear-entre-dos-continentes/

Diver reaching out between two continents, Silfra, Thingvellir lake, Thingvellir National Park, Iceland. Silfra is the only place where one can dive or snorkel directly in the crack between two continental plates.

#Landmannalaugar #Iceland © Loïc Lagarde @ capture-the-world.com — in Iceland.

Iceland is one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe, and one of the most appealing for visitors. Iceland is volcanically and geologically active what makes its landscape diverse and beautiful.

Dettifoss - Iceland

Dettifoss - Vertical panorama of this great waterfall in north Iceland.

5. Dynjandi #Waterfall [Westfjords, Iceland]

5. Dynjandi #Waterfall [Westfjords, Iceland]

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