The pristine water at Krauma’s geothermal nature baths is drawn directly from the nearby hot spring, Deildartunguhver. To achieve the ideal bathing temperature, this hot spring water is blended with cold glacial water from Iceland’s smallest glacier, Ok. As you immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of West Iceland’s landscapes, you can unwind in one of the resort’s five hot tubs, soothing your muscles, or invigorate yourself with a refreshing dip in their calm cold bath.
Krauma also boasts two steam rooms, where Deildartunguhver hot spring water is released beneath timber benches to produce steam. These saunas are enhanced with high-quality scented oils to elevate your relaxation experience. In the bathing area, you’ll discover Krauma’s relaxation room, complete with comfortable seating, soothing music, and a crackling fireplace, offering a perfect setting to unwind.
Following your bath, you can savor Icelandic cuisine crafted from fresh ingredients sourced from local farms at Krauma Restaurant. From the restaurant, you can enjoy a stunning view overlooking Europe’s most powerful hot spring. Here, you can witness the steam rising from the hot spring, serving as a captivating reminder of the natural forces beneath the Earth’s surface.
Don’t miss this opportunity to soak in waters shaped by Iceland’s dynamic landscape. Embrace the rejuvenation of your mind, body, and spirit at the Krauma natural geothermal bath resort.