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Health and wellness

Deildartunguhver

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Trausti H.
Trausti H.
September 18, 2018
Biggest geothermal Geysir in Europa.
Þorsteinn
Þorsteinn
August 22, 2017
Geysir isn't the only hot spring is Iceland you know :)
Francois
Francois
February 14, 2014
Deildartunguhver is Europe's most powerful hot spring. It provides at the moment 200 l/sec of 100°C hot water. Most of the water used for central heating in the towns of Borganes
Andrea Elín
Andrea Elín
September 15, 2016
Deildartunguhver is the highest flow hot spring in Europe. It is Europe's most powerful hot spring. It provides 180 l/sec of 100°C hot water. Most of the water used for central heating in the towns of Borgarnes and Akranes is taken from Deildartunguhver.

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Premise
“There is an indoor pool with a lot of toys for the kids. The outdoor area has three Jacuzzis, a sauna, three water slides and a big pool for swimming. Great activity, especially if you are travelling with kids! ”
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Natural Feature
“Hraunfossar is a series of waterfalls formed by rivulets streaming over a distance of about 900 metres out of the Hallmundarhraun, a lava field which flowed from an eruption of one of the volcanoes lying under the glacier Langjökull.”
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Establishment
“Surtshellir is Iceland´s most well-known lavacave, once inhabited by outlaws and sheep rustlers. It is an enormous lava tube which is easily explored if the right gear is used. The cave is 1310 m long and 8-10 m high, but at the west end it is only 2-4 m high. Walking in the cave is made more difficult by large rocks that have fallen from the roof. The interior of the cave contains "lavacicles" and ice formations.”
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Kirche
“Originally the home of Skalla-Grimur, father of Egill, hero of Egil´s Saga. Its full name means "rock in the marshes". The farmstead was defined by Kveld-Ulfur, Egill Skalla-Grimsson's grandfather, who got on the wrong side of King Harald Fairhair of Norway and fled to Iceland. As they approached Iceland on their way from Norway, Kveld-Ulfur became ill and knew he would die. He instructed his son to make a coffin for him, place his body in it and throw it overboard. The son was to select the site for the family farm where the coffin washed ashore. This happened to be at Borg, where Egill's father settled and raised his family. ”
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Lodging
“This restaurant is on a farm close by the crater Grábrók. Good restaurant in the countryside. ”
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Standort
Westland
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