It is the Blue Lagoon located in the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. It’s the world’s only point where a deep sea ridge is coming onto the shore. The Blue Lagoon is an amazing geothermal spa that attracts millions of tourists from all over the world.
The steamy waters are part of a lava formation. The water temperature averages 37-39 degrees C (98-102 F). The warm water and natural active ingredients of silica, salts, and blue green algae will help you relax and white silica mud refreshes and softens your skin.
The water is used to run turbines that generate electricity. It goes through the turbine, passes through a heat exchanger and then is fed into the lagoon. This resort offers geothermal steam bath, sauna, waterfall, relaxing and massage areas, bar, and other facilities.