One of the most intriguing features of Iceland is its geothermal spas. These spas are naturally warmed by the fires underneath the earth. Beautiful landscapes surround spas across Iceland boasting mountains, coastlines, and the Northern Lights in all seasons. The following spas are just a taste of the spas that can be found in Iceland.
The Blue Lagoon is the most famous spa located on the Reykjanes Peninsula close to the international airport. At this spa, they have steam-rooms, a man-made waterfall, a Finnish sauna, a cave to relax in, poolside silica tubs for face masks, and an in-water bar. Visit their website at https://www.bluelagoon.com/.
The Fontana Spa is located in Laugarvatn where it sits on the shore of a lake by a hamlet. The facilities include a Finnish Sauna, a humid steam room over a natural hot spring, and a hot tub with a view of the mountains. Check out their website at https://www.fontana.is/.
The Myvatn Nature Baths are located an hour east of Akureyri. Set in the valley between mountains and is a choice spot for looking at the Northern Lights in the winter. The pools are filled with minerals and two steam baths over hot geothermal water even a restaurant. Book a trip at their website https://myvatnnaturebaths.is/?lang=en.