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Seljavallalaug is believed to be the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. It is 25m long and was built in 1923. It is fed by a nearby hot spring that usually keeps the water warm.
There are basic changing rooms provided and people were also changing on the rocks behind. Seljavallalaug pool is cleaned once a year by a team of local volunteers. The water often contains algae (and ash) and when we were there the floor was really slippery/slimy!
The walk from the parking to the pool takes around 20 minutes.
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