David Leffman An outdoor soak is an essential part of the Icelandic experience — a surreal way to spend a dark winter's day, or to unkink those muscles after a long day's hiking. In fact, the Icelandic tradition of bathing outdoors in volcanically heated pools dates right back to Viking times. A few of these old pools survive today — often sited in spectacular locations — whilst almost all settlements, however tiny, have installed geothermally heated swimming pools with accompanying hot tubs. The lagoon's fine white silt is considered a cure for all manner of skin conditions. If you're planning to visit Iceland, we can help!
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On the other, you are obligated to shower and wash your naked body before you enter the pool. Even so, attendants will be on duty to make sure that those going in and out of these cubicles are not wearing their swimsuits. In fact, in the tiniest of hamlets, very often all you will find is a church, a gas station, and a swimming pool. Most often, however, these pools only have public showering facilities. There is an unspoken rule in Iceland which dictates that you should not stare at other people in the changing room.