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Discover the Ultimate Relaxation and Wellness at Lindin’s Geothermal Swimming Pool

When preparing for your traveling to Iceland there is one item you do not want to forget to pack in your suitcase. Your swimsuit!

Perhaps an unexpected recommendation for your trip to Iceland which is in the North Atlantic Ocean and lying on the constantly active geologic border between North America and Europe. Iceland is also known for its extreme climate contrasts.

You simply must trust our advice because a visit to one of the geothermal pools in Iceland is an activity you won’t want to miss. Especially when you are visiting Húsafell area and our newly renovated Swimming pool, Lindin.

Icelanders Love Swimming All Year Around

Icelanders simply love bathing in their geothermal heated swimming pools. This cultural heritage dates back centuries and has evolved into a modern obsession with pools and hot baths. They absolutely love the clean water, and it has been part of Icelandic culture throughout the centuries. Whether it be in pools or in hot springs, it is said that most Icelanders go swimming at least once per week all year around. These pools are heated naturally by the earth’s geothermal energy, making them comfortable even during the coldest months in Iceland.

Swimming is part of Icelandic tradition and therefore we like to say that in Iceland we have a unique Swimming pool culture. This culture is a significant part of the country’s lifestyle and social fabric and is deeply ingrained in the lifestyle and well-being of Icelandic people.

People of all ages, from children to the elderly, gather at the pools to socialize, relax, and enjoy each other’s company. It is also well known in Iceland that during your time in the pool you will most likely have an interesting small talk with other people and it’s like the pure Icelandic water erases the superficial between people. Which we consider to be super positive and an advantage for you as a tourist in Iceland.

No matter where you are traveling in Iceland, there will be a swimming pool nearby. Swimming pools are widely accessible across the country and even in remote areas, you’re likely to find a local swimming pool.

And going swimming is both refreshing and relaxing, and if you really want to get to know the locals and get the best off the Icelandic language, there is no better way for you than to visit a local swimming pool and soak in the hot tub.

Lindin Geothermal Swimming Pool

Húsafell is a beautiful area in Iceland known for its stunning natural landscapes and outdoor activities. If you’re looking for a luxury experience with a focus on relaxation, adventure, and family-friendly amenities, Hótel Húsafell could be a fantastic choice for you and your loved ones to enjoy.

Hótel Húsafell, is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated completion of its newly renovated geothermal swimming pool, Lindin.

This extraordinary off-beat enhancement brings a renewed sense of luxury and tranquillity to the heart of Húsafell area. We want you to enjoy year-round access to our geothermal swimming pool located just outside Hótel Húsafell. The complex features a thoughtful hillside design, with one pool cascading into the next, looking out over the valley and tranquil hillside in the distance.

The exquisite swimming pool, located amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Húsafell, has undergone an extensive renovation to offer an unparalleled experience to its esteemed guests, locals, and traveller. The enhancements include state-of-the-art facilities and design elements that blend seamlessly with the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

The waters are geothermally heated naturally by the Earth’s internal heat, providing a sustainable and eco-friendly option for relaxation and recreation. Meaning this outdoor facility is a delight in all kinds of weather. There’s nothing that compares to the dazzling skyward show in every season, whether you’re basking in the summer sunshine or gazing at the Northern Lights dance overhead. There’s no better seat than the warmth of the geothermal water to enjoy the delights of nature’s spectacular shows.

To further elevate the geothermal swimming pool experience, Lindin now offers a range of upgraded amenities. Visitors can enjoy delightful refreshments from the new poolside bar or partake in invigorating poolside massages for the ultimate relaxation.

The complex includes two larger pools, two hot tubs and an ice-cold bath (for sauna users) with variable temperatures.

For more information about Hótel Húsafell, Lindin and its luxurious offerings, please visit https://www.husafell.com/activities/thermal-baths