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March 2014
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Disappear like a ghost in the waters of the Blue Lagoon.

Taking a swim in the blue waters of the Blue Lagoon is a must in Iceland. Photos © Blue Lagoon

A stop at the Blue Lagoon is a must when visiting Iceland. The area certainly has become very touristy over the years but no other source of hot water on the island can be compared to this one. The waters which are a mystical milky blue, saturated with silica, are incomparably photogenic. They come from a geothermal station nearby that comes from over 2,000m deep heated to 240° by the volcanic activity of the island water. Cooled to a temperature not exceeding 39°, this mineral-rich water is discharged into a lava field to form this amazing lake, in which it is indescribably pleasant to submerge oneself and relax. The Blue Lagoon offers all the facilities to take advantage of its outdoor bath, as pleasant in the summer midnight sun in the mist as it is in the dark night of winter. In any circumstance, floating in the blue water is an amazing experience. And if you can manage to move away slightly from the very busy areas, you will find yourself alone in a warm and inviting lake, lost in the midst of the unspoiled nature…
http://www.bluelagoon.com/

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