The Blue Lagoon, Iceland - The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere between 98-102 degrees. Visitors can slather themselves in white, silica-based mud and soak while taking in the views of the lava field it’s located in.
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Bucket List #33 - Bathe in Iceland’s Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa. Blue Lagoon Spa is one of Iceland’s most visited tourist attractions and no wonder. Located just outside of Rekyavik, this vast lagoon nestles in a volcanic lava field like a giant hot tub. The lagoon harnesses the heat of millions of litres of geothermal sea water from deep beneath the earth’s surface, creating a steamy, aqua-blue pool of mineral-rich water that just begs you to take a dip