2.9 Blue LagoonAugust 30 in Iceland
Finally and somehow also sadly, we were back in Reykjavik.
One final thing we booked in advance! The Blue Lagoon. Expensive, but worth the price.
A thermal spring or bath which is fuelled with the water of the geothermal power plant located next to it. Traditionally, the plant operators directed the water, which comes from two kilometres depth and is used for heating, to an open area where it created a lake. The lake was then used by locals for relaxation and enjoyment. Because of the silica, sulfur and other natural substances (mainly salts) in the water, it evolves this fabulous colour. And in combination with the black surrounding ... a mazing!
It’s supposed to be good for your skin! Lots of beauty products are sold at the place.Read more