Iceland’s most famous geothermal pool is the country’s top tourist attraction. It might be crowded and expensive but there’s nothing like it in the world. This huge, milky-blue spa is fed by mineral-rich heated seawater from the nearby geothermal plant. Add the silvery towers of the plant, rolling clouds of steam, and people covered in white mud,
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The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere btw 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.