The water is heated by Icelands geothermal energy. There are serveral areas inside the complex. For children, including the older ones there is a pool with slides. Then there are a range of pools heated to different temperatures ranging up to 42C. It is definitely an experinence bathing/swiming outside in the Icelandic air. There is also a sauna, and massage is available. So don't forget your costume. Just some advice: you have to remove your shoes before entering the change rooms. These can be safely placed on the rack ourside. Inside there are lockers. Everyone must shower naked (soap is available) before entering the pool area, but it is not a nudist swiming pool. Once showered put your cossie on. You can hire towels there and you can safely leave them in the changeroom while you swim.
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