Mývatn Nature Bath

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Jarðböð Mývatn

Located in North Iceland, close to Lake Mývatn, this is a man-made lagoon for bathing and relaxing, similar to the famous Blue lagoon. Water is fed in to the lagoon from a power station bore hole, Bjarnaflag. The lagoon covers about 5,000 square metres (54,000 sq ft.) and contains about 3.5 million litres of geothermal water at 36-40 degrees C. One can also experience a natural steambath, as geothermal steam rises from vents in the floor. A restaurant is located next to the lagoon, where one can have lunch or dinner.

GPS: 65.631318, -16.848093


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