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There are two large pools and one small (very warm) pool. There are also two natural steam baths. There is the possibility to buy drinks for the pool bar directly at the entrance. If you decide to do so, you get the paid drinks thanks to a bracelet - credit cards or similar are then no longer necessary in the pool. The bath is worth the money, we had a lot of fun!

We skipped the Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik and chose the Myvatn Nature Bath instead and were totally happy with the decision. The water smells of sulphur, but after a while you don't notice the smell so much. There were two pools here and you could watch a beautiful sunset over Lake Myvatn. It was a nice experience that we would book again and again.

Easy to get to and very relaxing. Slightly less crowded than the Blue Lagoon. Drinks were priced okay. Towels can be hired, but it is advisable to bring your own. Changing rooms with showers and toilets. There are also lockers and hair dryers. Visiting such baths is an absolute must in Iceland

Merece muchísimo la pena, me gustó más que el blue lagoon. El agua más calentita y encima mucho más barato. Me sentí más cerca con la naturaleza ☺️

A bit crowded at peak times, but a great experience with a brilliant view!!