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Krauma geothermal baths are located at Europe’s most powerful hot spring, Deildartunguhver. Located only a 60-minute drive away from Reykjavik, it is a perfect place to rewind and reconnect with nature.


  • Admission Tickets to Krauma
  • Cold Tub for Blood Circulation
  • Deildartunguhver Hot Spring
  • Saunas
  • Geothermal Waters
  • Relaxation Room
  • Naturally Heated Hot Tubs


  • Admission Tickets to Krauma
  • Relaxation Room
  • Geothermal Waters
  • Saunas
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Cold Bath

What to bring

  • Swimsuit and towel (can be rented)

Tour Snapshot

Availability Apr - Dec
Duration 1 hour
Departs From Deildartunguhver
Level Easy Suitable for most people in fair condition.
Minimum age No limit
Meet on Location Yes
Pick Up No




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Krauma natural geothermal baths and spa, located on Europe’s most powerful hot spring, is a perfect oasis for relaxation. Krauma geothermal baths are filled with 100°C (212°F) hot water mixed with ice-cold water from the glacier. Located only 60 minutes away from Reykjavik, it can be an extra stop when visiting Borgarfjordur or Snaefellsnes Peninsula in West Iceland. Soaking in natural baths can be a perfect break from all the sightseeing and exploration of the day! 

At Krauma, you will find five warm and relaxing geothermal baths, one cold tub to improve blood circulation, two saunas, and outdoor showers. There’s also a relaxation room with a fireplace and soothing music located in the bathing area. The on-site Krauma Restaurant serves Icelandic dishes from the freshest locally grown ingredients. Here you’ll be able to enjoy a delicious meal with a view over Europe’s most powerful hot spring.

Krauma has various-shaped baths: two spacious ones, two cochlea-shaped, and one warm bath as a large plate where you can enjoy the sunlight while sitting in the hot tub. A cold bath of approximately 5-8 °C is perfect for improving blood circulation. At Krauma, you will also find two steam baths with outdoor showers. You can lie down on the benches there and feel the steam softening your skin.

Krauma is located close to Reykholt in the Borgarfjordur region, West Iceland. It is near picturesque Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfalls, only a 20-minute drive till you reach it from Deildartunguhver hot spring. Krauma geothermal baths are a great add-on when visiting these sites in the west of Iceland. You can relax and rejuvenate after spending the whole day hiking and exploring.

Krauma geothermal baths opening hours:

Monday to Sunday 11:00 - 21:00

On December 6th, Krauma closes at 18:00

Opening hours on holidays:

December 24th 11:00 - 21:00

December 25th Closed

December 31st 11:00 - 16:00

January 1st Closed

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