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Lýsuhólslaug/Lýsulaugar - geothermal bath

Lýsuhólslaug/Lýsulaugar is an extraordinary geothermal bath, filled with naturally hot mineral water. It is rich in green algae (chlorella) and various minerals and is thought to have a soothing and healing effect on the body.

Open June - Mid August from 11:00 - 20:30.

Lýsuhólslaug/Lýsulaugar - geothermal bath

Lýsuhólsskóli/Lýsuhólslaug

GPS Points N64° 50' 29.375" W23° 12' 49.903"
Telephone

+354 433-9917

Opening period 01/06 - 15/08
Service Open in the summer Swimming pool Shower

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