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Changed openinghours at Álftaneslaug swimmingpool

 

Álftaneslaug thermal pool will be closed from 7pm on Tuesday 21 September and on Wednesday 22 September due to maintenance. Other services will be available as usual.

 
Chloride in water affects health

 

From mbl.is, translated by swimminginiceland.com:

According to Spanish scientist, swimmingpools containing lots of chloride may affect your health and even enlarge the risk of cancer. Read more at mbl.is (in Icelandic).

 
Blue lagoon is flowing over its banks

 

Due to the large amount of water and the pipes which usually drain all the excessive water being blocked, the Blue lagoon is looking for new solutions to stop the water from overflowing, www.visir.is reports. Suggested is to put sewage pipes in the ground or above the surface to lead the water to the sea. Estimated costs: 500 million kronur.

Read more (in Icelandic) at visir.is

 

 
Parts of Álftaneslaug closed due to maintenance

 

The shallow kids pool and the waves in the bigger swimarea will be subject to maintenance over the next 2-3 weeks. Maintenance in Álftaneslaug thermal pool will start on wednesday August 26. The pool itself, the hot tubs, the inside pool, the slide, the steambath and other facilities will be open as usual.

 

 
Change of opening hours Kirkjubæjarklaustur

 

The opening hours in the swimmingpool of Kirkjubæjarklaustur have changed according to the winter schedule. The pool will now be open from 15:30-19:00 on Monday - Friday and from 11:00-15:00 on Saturday. On Tuesday til Friday the gym opens at 09:00.

 

 
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