Enjoy the beautiful Icelandic nature while taking a dip in the geothermal waters of the GeoSea Spa. Unwind in a stunning infinity pool and let the mineral-rich seawater caress your skin as you search for whales swimming in the ocean. Travellers in North Iceland looking for relaxation and tranquillity should not let this opportunity pass them by.
The GeoSea Spa is built into a cliffside which overlooks Skjálfandi, a bay in North Iceland renowned for its abundant marine life. As you bathe in one of the five outdoor infinity pools found there, you’ll get a fantastic panoramic view of the wild Atlantic Ocean.
While admiring the sea as it stretches away to the distant horizon, keep an eye out for some of Skjálfandi friendly residents. Minke whales, humpbacks, white-beaked dolphins, and harbour porpoises are a common sight in these waters, and occasionally, the massive blue whale can also be spotted.
In addition to the infinity pools, GeoSea also has a built-in waterfall, steam room, restaurant, and a swim-up bar. Those visiting in the winter months can spend the evening with a drink in hand, gazing at the sky in search of the dancing northern lights. Summer visitors can spot whales late into the night courtesy of the neverending midnight sun.
Unlike other spas in Iceland, the pools at GeoSea use geothermally heated seawater. These saltwater baths are rich in minerals that are believed to revitalise the skin, stimulate circulation, and relax the muscles; providing a welcome relief for any weary traveller.
The GeoSea baths are located in the little town of Húsavík which sits on the Diamond Circle route. It is the perfect stop for those travelling this famous sightseeing trail or, simply, those visiting Lake Mývatn, Dettifoss Waterfall, Akureyri town, or any of the many attractions found in North Iceland.
Experience stunning nature, rich wildlife, and complete relaxation on a visit to the GeoSea Spa in North Iceland. Book now for a unique bathing experience under the Arctic Circle.