, 2022-10-22 02:00:00,
PERCHED on a cliff edge in the freezing cold doesn’t sound like the most pleasant way to watch the sun set over the Atlantic.
But when you’re doing it submerged in the waters of a hot pool in Iceland, you won’t find a more spectacular experience.
When I first arrived in this snowy country, the sun was just dipping behind the horizon and I had no idea that I wouldn’t see it again for another 20 hours.
Icelanders have just four hours of sunlight at the height of winter and temperatures regularly fall below zero.
Facing all this nighttime, it’s no wonder that taking a dip in hot springs is one of the country’s favourite pastimes.
And the best place to do it is in Iceland’s newest geo-thermal pool, Sky Lagoon.
Located just on the outskirts of Reykjavik, the spa offers a space for unwinding — and sumptuous Scandi luxury.
An infinity edge pool is Sky Lagoon’s most jaw-dropping attraction, offering unrivalled views over the ocean.
From here you can gaze out over the snow-covered peninsular and the volcanic Mount Keilir, all while wallowing in 40C water.
It’s certainly a step up from my DIY version at home — a four-person hot tub overlooked by my neighbours.
If the weather is good you’ll be treated to a spectacular sunset that has most people pulling out their phones to capture it on camera.
If you’re even luckier, you might get a precious glimpse…
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