Blue Lagoon, Grindavik

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Blue Lagoon, Grindavik - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 240 Grindavík, Iceland

Phone: +354-4208800

Ticket Price: 7027 ISK

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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About Blue Lagoon, Grindavik

One of Iceland's top attraction is the Blue Lagoon. A geothermal spa in the fishing town of Grindavik, Blue Lagoon is a man-made wonder. Considered as one of the top spas in the world, you are guaranteed to experience an unforgettable treatment that will rejuvenate your senses completely. This mineral-rich lagoon holds about 9000 million litres of geothermal water, that originates from 2000 metres deep inside the earth. The water is pleasantly warm at temperature between 37 degrees to 39 degrees Celcius, and remains the same throughout the year. Although, the same cannot be told about the air around, so be prepared for frozen hair, if you're brave enough to take a dip in the winters. The milky blue water here is literally miraculous. It is loaded with Silica, algae and minerals and works wonders on your skin. And the best part about this magic water, it is self-cleansing. So you don't need to worry in bathing in somebody else's muck, as the water cleans up itself every 40 hours. With the geological wonder around the lagoon, you can also go explore the lava field itself. And if you're appetite needs to be whetted, gorge on some authentic and traditional gourmet food, in restaurants overlooking the lagoon. Now that is nature at its best for you! 

Blue Lagoon Information

  • Guests are allowed to stay in the lagoon for 30 minutes after closing.
  • If you arrive without a pre-booked ticket, you are likely to miss out.
  • Blue Lagoon does not permit children below 2 years.
  • Children and teenagers from 2 to 16 years old must be escorted by guardians while visiting the Blue Lagoon.
  • Stay hydrated
  • Use conditioner
  • Remove the jewellery
  • Skip the goggles
  • Bring sunglasses

Blue Lagoon Ticket Prices

  • The given ticket price is for summer standard packages, for online booking.
  • Winter: 40 Euros for standard package.
  • Teenagers: 25 Euros
  • Children: Free
  • If you’d like to see the lagoon and explore the site, but you aren’t sure if you want to bathe, then you can get a visitor oass for 10 Euros that has to be paid on the spot.
  • For more packages and prices, visit official website.

How To reach Blue Lagoon by Public Transport

  • Rent a car

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  • Crazy expensive? Yes. Crazy cool? Also yes. Not to mention rewarding after a week of backpacking. Our bodies were so relieved to be in the pool. Especially in winter it was less crowded and the steam was amazing, very magical looking. Be careful about booking your travel. It is even more expensive than the visit to the lagoon itself. Bring your own towel, a backpacker should always have their towel.

  • Very unique experience and one of the best in Iceland. It is very well managed, the introduction is welcoming and professional, the website giving more than enough information on what you are paying for and other entry options available. We chose the Comfort package which includes one free drink, algae mask and the use of a towel over the lower package. The in-pool experience is brilliant, well lit and very clean water, the slightly sulphur smell that we were expecting wasn't there, mainly as the water is geothermally heated sea-water. There is a stream room, sauna, bar and incredibly warm natural shower all near the pool. The bar is great, right by the poolside which you don't even have to get out of the pool for! Paying for anything and using your locker is done with an electronic waterproof bracelet and means it's all done seamlessly and paid for on exit. Staff are very friendly, the car park is massive and easy to find, the experience is truly unique!

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  • Get the sandals, the towel and the bathrobe. Relax in the warm waters and get your mud mask on. Worth it! Very organized place. Arrive and get your bracelet (assuming you made a reservation, more likely you have to book.in advance) Proceed to the lockers where you'll change, then take a shower with others, There are private showers, make sure you walk around and find them. Get your robe on, hang it outside and enjoy!! Extremely relaxing experience. Expensive but worth it!

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  • With so many places to explore in Iceland this should be your last stop on the last night of your stay or day. It's really just a tourist attraction, there's so much Beauty to Iceland but this place is nice to see. I went during low season and we had to make appointments prior to arriving. It was not too crowded and the prices were Fair across the board. It's a nice place to hang out with friends and have some drinks. Bring change of clothing and enjoy the hot water.

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  • Definitely put this on your list while visiting Iceland. It was amazing! It was best to go around 4 pm to avoid the long line ups later in the evening and we were able to watch the sunset as well. With the fog and mist above the lagoon, it feels as though there aren't as many people there as well. The mud mask was also fantastic. The best way to finish off the trip to Iceland.

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