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Ólafsvík Swimming pool

The indoor swimming pool is 12.5 metres long and has a hotpot. There is also an outdoor area with hot tubs and slides. The swimming pool is situated beside the elementary school, artificial grass pitch, football pitch and play area.

Summer opening hours from 1st June - 31st August: weekdays from 7:30 to 21:00, Saturdays-Sundays from 10:00 til 17:00. During wintertime various opening hours.

Ólafsvík Swimming pool

Ennisbraut 11

GPS Points N64° 53' 48.588" W23° 42' 45.043"
Telephone

433-9910

Opening period All year
Service Open year round Swimming pool Hot pot Sports field Shower
Categories Swimming Pools

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