Seljavallalaug

  • Address: Skogar, Vik and Myrdalsjokull, Iceland, Reykjavik

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  • 1.27% of people who visit Reykjavik include Seljavallalaug in their plan

  • 71.11% of people start their Seljavallalaug visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Seljavallalaug

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Seljavallalaug

People normally club together Skogafoss Waterfall and Gullfoss Waterfall while planning their visit to Seljavallalaug.

People also prefer to start their day with Seljavallalaug.

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  • Awesome pool! Definitely a great stop if you have the time. The hike out is a pretty simple hike, you will have to cross a few streams/rivers. Maximum of a half hour hike. The pool itself is just warmer than lukewarm. Highly suggest swimming close to the pipe that is pumping in the hot water. Additionally the road to the parking lot is in pretty rough shape, so be prepared to drive slow. It's rocky with many potholes.

  • This was one of my favourite places in Iceland! The swimming pool was crazy! My favourite part was sitting back and enjoying the amazing view of the mountains, it’s just breathtaking! I went around the afternoon, nothing like a good ol’ matinee swim, and it was super windy but if you keep your head above water you will stay warm. I recommend wearing a tuque when swimming and just do all your swimming without dunking your head. The water was around 20 degrees Celsius and you got waves of hot and cold, like you were sitting next to a guy peeing in a lake. Sounds weird but quite relaxing. The change rooms are utterly disgusting but, they are change rooms. Your not swimming in them, or sleeping in them. Just get in and get out fast.

  • Beautiful pool in unique location. This is not a hot spring for soaking, tho, it is a warm pool in a very special location. We visited during the Easter weekend and it was not too crowded but the changing rooms were dirty and had a lot of beer cans in the corners on the floor. There is one place where the pool above the cliff and hot water runs down into the pool camera and there is a pipe that delivers hot water to the pool as well. If you read this far there is a payoff -- if you travel upstream beyond the pool, there is one small hot spring fed by a pipe that fits two people. Going from the hot spring into the cold glacier water is a rush.

  • Very beautiful area and pretty unique experience to swim in a pool attached to a mountain! As per other reviews, be prepared for the algae and unkept change rooms - it’s too bad people don’t clean up after themselves. There is a donation box there but I don’t think anyone carries money here while traveling - it’s too bad they don’t have a better system as I’d have happily donated to the upkeep!

  • Such a wonderful pool. Yes pool, not hot tub. It's not hot at all. We went in April and it's freezing to get in and out of. Fun times though. The changing rooms also feel like something out of a summer camp horror film, but that just adds to the experience.

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