Enjoy captivating views from the geothermal Sky Lagoon as you soak in rejuvenating waters on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
Offering a spectacular 70-metre infinity edge, the Sky Lagoon boasts views across Skerjafjordur and the conical mountain of Keilir. In the distance smoke rises from the active Fagradalsfjall volcano and on a clear day you can even see the ancient ice of the towering Snaefellsjokull glacier. You could spot countless seabirds and maybe a seal or two as you bask in Iceland’s natural wonders.
7-step Sky Ritual
Sky Lagoon embraces Icelandic bathing traditions with its unique 7-step Sky Ritual, combining the healing powers of warm and cold water, warm steam, dry heat and fresh air for an experience to soothe body and soul. Enjoy a gentle float through a spectacular canyon to the warm lagoon followed by an invigorating plunge in a cold pool; then relax in the sauna with its ocean views. Step through a stimulating cold fog-mist space and use the signature sea salt Sky Body Scrub before heading into the cleansing steam room. Your 7-step journey ends back in the lagoon, where you can breathe in the pure fresh air and listen to the sounds of the ocean.
A choice of dining options are available, including the Lagoon Bar, rustic Sky Café, and tasting menu at Smakk Bar. Each offers distinctly Icelandic food and local drinks. Sky Lagoon is conveniently located at Karsnes Harbour, Kopavogur, just a few minutes’ drive from Reykjavik’s city centre.
Admission for all guests includes the 7-step Sky Ritual and complimentary towels. The Pure Pass includes use of public changing rooms, whilst the Sky Pass includes premium private changing and shower rooms featuring deluxe amenities & refreshments.
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