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Laugarvatn Fontana Spa

The most relaxing thing you can do in Iceland

The real Icelandic experience

Take a dip in the world-renowned geothermal baths

Right in the middle of the popular Golden Circle route you find Laugarvatn Fontana Spa, a newly renovated geothermal bath that follows in the footsteps of the ancient Icelanders.

The Laugarvatn village has been famous in Iceland for centuries, thanks to the intense geothermal activity that allows visitors and locals alike to enjoy the relaxation and benefits of soaking in a hot pot.
Recently renovated, Fontana Spa offers several pools, steam rooms and saunas, all powered by the natural hot spring on top of which the spa was built. The most adventurous visitors also get the unique chance of taking a dip in the cold lake. Alternating the hot and cold temperature is an ancient practice, known to reinvgorate the muscles and blood circulation. Do you dare trying?

You can complement your day by adding a visit to the traditional geothermal bakery on site, or by including a delicious buffet lunch or dinner to your spa day.

Tour Details

  • Available all year round

  • Take as much time as you want

From ISK 2.000

Included:

  • Admission to the pools, steam baths and sauna
  • Use of the showers and changing rooms with personal lockers
  • Shampoo, conditioner, lotions and cotton pads

Please bring:

  • Swim suit
  • Towel
    Both are also available for rent and for sale at the spa.

Bookable extras:

  • Buffet lunch
  • Buffet dinner
  • Tour of the geothermal bakery (not available in Summer 2020)

Safety requirements

There are no specific safety requirements for this activity. Children younger than 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult, max 2 per person older than 18.
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