Europe

Secret Lagoon

Iceland is particularly famous for its natural hot springs, and fresh lagoons, perhaps most famous is Reykjavik’s Blue Lagoon, but if you’re looking to escape the humdrum of tourists then the Secret Lagoon is a far better option.

What to Expect

The lagoon is tucked away in the small town of Hvammsvegur and is a perfect stop-off on any golden circle tour. Though a lot smaller than the Blue Lagoon, and still fairly busy, the Secret Lagoon provides a great place to relax after a long day of cold excursions.

Admission

Pre-booking at the lagoon is advised, but it’s also possible to turn up and pay on the day, depending on the season and how busy the lagoon is. Adult entry is 2800 ISK (£20), senior entry is 1400 ISK (£10), and children enter for free when accompanied by parents.