Iceland's most visited tourist attraction
The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland's most popular tourist attractions and by many considered an intrinsic part of the whole Iceland experience. Breathtaking scenery, ultra modern facilities and an impressive track record in healing is why the Blue Lagoon draws visitors from all corners of the world to return time and time again.
Fed by geothermal seawater from deep under the lava the Blue Lagoon holds a staggering six million litres of milky blue seawater which is the equivalent of three Olympic size swimming pools! The flow is tremendous entirely renewing the lagoon every 40 hours.
Gray Line Iceland coaches run on a frequent schedule between Reykjavik, the Blue Lagoon and Keflavik airport giving people multiple options to visit the lagoon at any stage of their holiday. It also allows visitors flexibility to stay as long as they like at the lagoon and then board any of our coaches going from the Blue Lagoon to Reykjavik or Keflavik airport.
Getting to and from the Blue Lagoon
Storing luggage at the Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon offers a safe luggage storage where you can for a modest fee store all your luggage while you have a dip into the lagoon.
The storage is located in the Service Centre building, next to the parking area, where dedicated Blue Lagoon staff members will take care of your luggage.