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 The Blue Lagoon


The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland's most popular tourist attractions and by many considered an intrinsic part of the whole Iceland experience. Breathtaking scenery, ultra modern facilities and an impressive track record in healing is why the Blue Lagoon draws visitors from all corners of the world to return time and time again.

Fed by geothermal seawater from deep unde the lava the Blue Lagoon holds a staggering six million litres of milky blue seawater which is the equivalent of three Olympic size swimming pools! The flow is tremendous entirely renewing the lagoon every 40 hours.

The Blue Lagoon is a large complex with a large variety of recreational facilities that include diverse treatments and massages. If you are interested in a massage or a special treatment, please contact the Blue Lagoon directly at  +354 420 8800 er per email at www.bluelagoon.com.
 
There are many walking paths that are ideal for those that just want to enjoy the surreal surroundings.
 
Check out our day tours in Iceland page where you can choose from a variety of tours that feature the Blue Lagoon, or alternatively go straight to our most popular Blue Lagoon tour to make your booking.

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