The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s top tourist attraction. And for a good reason, the geothermal waters and the alien lava field landscape offer a great experience in a beautiful landscape.
Located just 15 kilometers (10 mi) from Keflavik International Airport, the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is a therapeutic wonder ideal for alleviating jet lag when arriving on transatlantic flights and also a relaxing setting to bid farewell to the country.
A visit to the Blue Lagoon promotes harmony between body, mind and spirit, enabling bathers to soak away life’s daily stresses. The modern facilities have been developed into a wellness complex including saunas, a warm flowing waterfall, and in-water treatments and massages using the all-natural Blue Lagoon skin care products.
Amenities also include an Exclusive Changing Lounge, snack shop, boutique, conference facilities and LAVA Restaurant serving fresh Icelandic ingredients prepared by inspired chefs hand-picked from the national culinary team.
Opening hours and prices
Blue Lagoon is open every day of the year. Due to the fact that many guests visit the Blue Lagoon each day, pre-booking is essential to ensure your space. If you arrive without a pre-booked ticket, you are very likely to miss out.
|1 Jan – 25 May||8:00 – 22:00|
|26 May – 29 Jun||7:00 – 23:00|
|30 Jun – 20 Aug||7:00 – 00:00|
|21 Aug – 1 Oct||8:00 – 22:00|
|2 Oct – 31 Dec*||8:00 – 20:00|
Four different tickets are available. Standard ticket costs 5.400 isk., Comfort ticket 7.400 isk, Premium 9.500 isk and Luxury ticket costs 53.000 isk. See bluelagoon.is for further information.