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There are swimming pools all over the country, large ones and small ones, and all are heated. Most are outdoor pools but a few are indoors. Extremely popular with locals and visitors alike, Icelandic pools are open throughout the year.

Selfoss Swimming Pool
The Selfoss Public Swimming pool is in the center of town and within walking distance from all major shops and services as well as having ample parking. Inside the building there is a children’s pool and an 18 meter pool while outside is a 25 meter pool, children’s pool with 3 slides, wading pool, steam room, sauna and hot and cold tubs. There are four changing rooms, two indoors and two outdoors, as well as changing facilities reserved for people with disabilities in both indoor and outdoor rooms. The opening to a new annex building in the summer of 2015 greatly improved all facilities including a new indoor children’s pool, a new reception area and larger changing rooms. On the upper floor there is a World Class fitness center which shares the reception with the swimming pool. The Selfoss public swimming pool is one of the largest swimming areas in the south of Iceland and welcomes around 200 thousand visitors every year. Entrance fee from January 1st 2018Adult (18-66 years old):Single ticket: 1.050 kr.10 tickets: 4.300 kr.30 tickets: 8.600 kr.Season ticket (one year): 30.000 kr.  Children (10 - 18 years old) and senior citizens (67 years and older):Free of charge for children under 10 yearsSingle ticket:  160 kr10 tickets:  1.200 kr30 tickets:  3.400 kr Senior citizents:Senior citizens (67 years and older) living in the municipality 0 kr.Senior citizens (67 years and older) not living in the municipality 200 krAdmission is free of charge for disabled people upon presenting a disability card.  Swimwear rental 820 kr. each Towel rental 820 kr. each Special offer (towel, swimwear and single ticket) 1.700 kr. Opening times:Opening times in Sundhöll Selfoss are the same year round:Monday - Friday 06:30am - 9:30pmSat – Sun. 09:00am - 7:00pm
Þorlákshöfn Swimming pool
The Sports centre in Þorlákshöfn is located next to the new campsite in the southern part of the town. The outside area has a swimming pool, hot pools and water slides, whereas inside there is a swimming pool for the youngest guests, spa and gym. Free for children under the age of 16. For opening hours see website.
Hveragerði Swimming pool
The swimming pool at Laugaskarð––for many years the country’s largest pool––is renowned for its lovely setting as well as excellent facilities, including hot pots, whirlpool pot and a natural steam bath. Opening hours: Summer (May 15 - September 14)  Mondays - Fridays:  06:45-21:30 Saturdays and Sundays:  09:00-19:00   Winter (September 15 - May 14) Mondays - Fridays:   06:45-20:30 Saturdays and Sundays:  10:00-17:30  
Höfn Swimming Pool
The swimming pool in Höfn is a 25 meter family friendly outdoor pool that was opened in 2009. There is good accessibility for the disabled and a sheltered sunbathing facilities. 25 x 8 m., tempurature 29°C Jaccusi, tempurature 39°C Hot tub, tempurature 41°C Childrens pool, tempurature 36°C Icebath, tempurature 4 - 7°C Steam bath.
Vík Swimming Pool
Hvolsvöllur Swimming Pool
For opening hours see website.
Stokkseyri Swimming pool
In the heart of Stokkseyri is its public swimming pool. It has an 18 meter outdoor pool with a slide, wading pool and two hot tubs. The building has two spacious changing rooms. Nearby are restaurants, museums, art galleries and kayaking as well as the beach as Stokkseyri is right on the south coast. The Stokkseyri public swimming pool is cherished by regulars and visitors alike, a destination in the Árborg region that no one would regret visiting.  Entrance fee from January 1st 2018 Adult (18-66 years old): Single ticket: 1.050 kr. 10 tickets: 4.300 kr. 30 tickets: 8.600 kr. Season ticket (one year): 30.000 kr. Children (10 - 18 years old) and senior citizens (67 years and older): Free of charge for children under 10 years Single ticket:  160 kr 10 tickets:  1.200 kr 30 tickets:  3.400 kr Senior citizens:Senior citizens (67 years and older) living in the municipality 0 kr. Senior citizens (67 years and older) not living in the municipality 200 kr Admission is free of charge for disabled people upon presenting a disability card.   Swimwear rental 800 kr. eachTowel rental 800 kr. eachSpecial offer (towel, swimwear and single ticket) 1.700 kr. Opening timesWinter: From mid august - 31. may  Mon- Fri.       4:30pm - 8:30pmSat.              10:00am - 3:00pmSun. Closed Summer:       1. June -   mid augustMon – Fri.      1:00pm - 9:00pmSat - Sun.     10:00am - 5:00pm
Flúðir Swimming Pool
Sports Center Borg
Brautarholt Swimming pool
Skeiðalaug in Brautarholt is a small swimming pool, 12 meters long with one hot tub and sauna. The pool is open most days in the summertime, but usually 1- times per week in the wintertime. Information about opening hours can be found on the website. 
Hella Swimming pool
The thermal pool in Hella is 25 x 11 meters and and suitable for competitions. 5 different pools are available next to the main swimming pool: 1 massage hot-tub, 2 hot-tubs and 2 shallow wading pools. There are also 3 slides; 2 big ones and one small one. Steambath and tanning area is available. The pool has been build together with the sporting center and combined they offer many resources of sporting acivities.  
Laugarvatn Fontana
Laugarvatn Fontana is the place for relaxation and an authentic Icelandic experience. Soak in the warm geothermal pools and get energized in the natural steam rooms, with the hot spring bubbling right below you. Laugarvatn Fontana is located only one hour drive from Reykjavik, in the middle of the Golden Circle, on the black beach of beautiful Laugarvatn Lake. Be sure not to miss a visit to our Geothermal Bakery to taste the delicious rye bread that grandmothers of the area have been baking in the hot springs of Laugarvatn for decades. In our Local Kitchen we offer lunch and dinner buffets, or have a soup and a slice of freshly baked rye bread and smoked trout caught in the lake. Opening hours:Laugarvatn Fontana is open every daySunday through Wednesday 11:30 - 19:00 Thursday through Saturday 11:30 - 21:00 Geothermal bakery tour is every day at 11:45 and 14:30. We are on facebookWe are on Instagram
Laugarvatn Swimming Pool
The pool is 25 m long, with three hot tubs, one cold tub and a suna.  Opening hours: Summer:Mondays - Thursdays: 10:00 – 21:00Fridays - Sundays: 10:00 – 18:00  WinterMondays - Thursdays: 14:00 – 21:00Fridays: 16:00 – 19:00Saturdays: 13:00 – 18:00 Sundays: 13:00 – 18:00 
Árnes Swimming Pool
Neslaug is a small swimming pool close to the campsite at Árnes. It is open most days in the summer time, but usually 1-2 days per week in the wintertime. Information about opening hours can be found on the website.  
Reykholt Swimming Pool
The Reykholt Sports Centre consists of a swimming pool, a water slide, two hot tubs, one cold tub, a gym and a sports hall.  Opening hours: Summer Mondays - Thursdays:  10:00-21:00Fridays - Sundays: 10:00-18:00Winter Mondays & Wednesdays: 14:00 - 20:00Tuesdays & Thursdays: 14:00 - 22:00Fridays: 13:00 - 17:00Saturdays: 10:00 - 18:00Sundays: Closed
Kirkjubæjarklaustur Swimming Pool
Where you can watch the Waterfall from the Hot Tube ! The sports center at Kirkjubæjarklaustur is in the middle of the village . The Sports Center has a swimming pool with two hot tub and and gym. There is also a hall that you can rent for groups to play badminton, basketball, handball, volleyball or something else. Please contact us at (+354) 487-4656. Opening hours and more info at klaustur.is 
Laugaland
For opening hours see website.

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Laugaskarð Swimming pool Laugaskarð 810 Hveragerði 483-4113
Secret Lagoon Hvammsvegur 845 Flúðir 8533033
Vestmannaeyjar Swimmingpool v/Brimhólabraut 900 Vestmannaeyjar 488-2400