Iceland’s iconic Blue Lagoon natural spa has been featured as part of a travel article via the Mirror Online, the online edition of the UK tabloid newspaper The Daily Mirror.
Within the article, travel writer Andrew Gregory visits the Blue Lagoon, where he states, “Sipping a cold beer in the bubbling hot Blue Lagoon, it’s hard to imagine anyone ever wanting to get out. It’s just so relaxing.” Read more
The geothermal Blue Lagoon spa is situated in a lava field just a short drive from Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavik. Netbus, the Iceland travel and tour provider, is now offering five separate departures to the Blue Lagoon natural spa per day from Reykjavik and three departures a day from the Blue Lagoon to Keflavik International Airport.
The Blue Lagoon is one of the country’s most visited attractions with its pools of natural geothermal water rich in minerals that rejuvenate the body and cleanse the skin. Read more
This winter, Iceland’s leading airline, Icelandair, is offering Reykjavik city breaks with a free day trip to the world famous Blue Lagoon, to experience the natural geothermal spa under the Northern Lights.
The Blue Lagoon, situated in a lava field on the Reykjanes Peninsula, is famous for its natural geothermal seawater that floods the lava formation pumped directly from its original source. Guests then enjoy the relaxing 40 °C temperatures and the beneficial active ingredients that have positive effects on the skin.
Iceland’s Blue Lagoon spa, situated in the lava fields of the Reykjanes Peninsula, is one of the country’s most visited attractions. The blue frosty coloured lagoon, as well as being famous for its breathtaking scenery, is also world renowned for the LAVA Restaurant, which is also built into the lava surroundings.
The LAVA Restaurant offers a delicious a la carte menu as well as a great selection for kids, making it ideal for all the family to enjoy whilst admiring the beautiful surroundings. The elegant restaurant also offers a 3 course lunch time buffet menu that allows guests to have an ‘Icelandic tasting experience’. The buffet menu includes such delicacies as Icelandic meat soup, Icelandic flatbread with smoked lamb and minke whale with pepper gravy. Read more
Icelandair is now offering city break package deals in Reykjavik, Iceland with a free day trip to the extraordinary Blue Lagoon. Icelandair’s city break offer includes return economy class flights from either London, Manchester or Glasgow, as well as 3 nights accommodation, Blue Lagoon transfer and entrance fee, plus breakfast at selected hotels.
The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is located in a lava field on the Reykjanes Peninsula, just a short drive from the capital city, Reykjavik. The geothermal seawater that floods the lava formation is piped directly from its original source to the lagoon. Guests then enjoy the relaxing 40 °C temperatures and the beneficial active ingredients: minerals, silica and algae and their positive effects on the skin. Read more