Iceland’s Blue Lagoon is arguably the most well-known of the country’s tourist destinations – and many are surprised to learn that the entire park is actually man made. With mineral-rich water, a soothing temperature of 40ºC and stunning scenery, the Blue Lagoon offers visitors a wide selection of spa treatments. In addition to these optional spa services, visitors to the Blue Lagoon can take a relaxing dip in the curative waters, enjoy a bite to eat at the glass-walled restaurant on site, or purchase mineral-rich spa products for gifts and souvenirs.
The steamy water of the Blue Lagoon comes from the Svartsengi power plant. The plant uses hot water from a mile below the surface of the earth to provide natural heat and electricity for the municipal systems in the area – then, the excess water is channeled into the lagoon for the enjoyment of Iceland’s tourists and public alike.
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