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The GeoSea sea baths enable you to enjoy nature in a unique manner. Thanks to the underground heat, the seawater in the baths is warm and comfortable and the mineral-rich water will caress your skin. While the warm sea works its miracles, you can...more
The stunning views looking out to the arctic circle and the soothing warm sea water combine for a truly remarkable Icelandic experience. There are three baths to choose from of varying temperatures and one has direct access to the bar. The changerooms are clean with...More
Took a group of exchange students to Geosea. We got a good deal and everyone in the group were very happy about the visit. The view is amazing, the baths are so relaxing and comfortable and the staff made us feel very welcome. I will...More
You’ll want to visit this beautiful place! Soothing geothermal pools and the warmest staff ever! Try their excellent soup and have a cold craft beer from the Husavik brewery while lounging in the warm water over looking the sea and snow-tipped mountains.
If you happen to be travelling in the north-east of Iceland, don't miss out on this. The Geosea baths are situated on a sea cliff just outside the town of Húsavík. It is wonderful to relax in the 38°C hot pools overlooking the bay of...More
Newly opened hot bath infinity pool built into the seaside cliff in Husavik, Iceland. Chose to go here rather than the nature baths because the timing worked and we heard there is less of a sulphur smell. We found the water progressively warmer moving pool...More
Happened upon this place while in town for the night just down from our hotel. Gorgeous establishment that is very up to date. Locker room and showers are state of the art. Pools are fantastic and the swim up bar is so convenient and moderately...More
We visited shortly after opening, we probably stayed for 2-3 hours just chatting, drinking beer from the lagoon access bar and watching the view with whale watching boats coming in and out of the harbour.
I suggest going there for anyone in the area with...More