The swimming pool consists of a nice indoor pool and one of the most beautiful outdoor water slide areas in Iceland. It is a inexpensive sport for both adults and chilren. Every pool is heated from 29,5°C to 42°C.
The inside swimming pool is 25 m in length and 11 m in width. The water in the pool is slidely saline or with 0.09% salt water and heated to about 29,5°C. There are many toys in the shallow end of the pool as well as an basketball ring. The deeper end has a 1 m springboard.
There is also a lift for disabled people to assist in entering and exiting the pool.
The outside area is family friendly with tubs, sauna and water slides. There are three tiled hot tubs with temperature ranging from 37°C to 42°C and a wading pool with temperature around 34°C.
The tubs have numerous nozzles for back and calf massage, high pressure masage for the brave one and a massage waterfall. The wading pool is ideal for relaxation and sunbathing in the shallow water.
Associated with the wading pool is a deeper pool with water nozzle, traditional rounded waterfalls, basketball ring and a climbing wall with the outlines of Heimaklettur (the highest mountain in Westmann Islands).
There are three water slides in the outside area, one is connected to the pool with the climbing wall and two are connected to a deep pool facing the the big hot tub.
- The ELDFELL water slide (the Volcano) aimed for children.
- The STÓRHÖFÐI water slide (the Big Cape) which consists of three open tubes which delivers you fast and straight into the pool.
- The DUFÞEKJA water slide (the cliff Dufþekja)which is a steep tupe that ends on a big tramboline, more than 20 meters long.
There is also a sauna (46-47°C ), outdoor shower and a sunbating area.
- 19.June 2017
The Folk Museum of Vestmannaeyjar is a new museum built on old traditions. In addition to the many artifacts housed there, today’s technology gives the history and culture a new dimension. While the adults are learning about the stories of fishing, cliff hunting, the Eldfell eruption of 1973, and the Algerian pirate raid of 1627, the children can dress themselves in pirate costumes and search for hidden treasure in the pirate cave.
- 2.June 2017
The puffins are here!
In Vestmannaeyjar you have a great opportunity to see life puffins flying around the mountains and sitting in the cliffs.
- 19.May 2016
This coming weekend, May 20– 21, Háaloftið will be hosting a large music celebration. Alongside this various restaurants in Vestmannaeyjar will be offering special three course menus and museums will also be hosting some musical events.