"You wouldn't expect Iceland to be a swimmer's paradise. But then you probably haven't been to Nauthólsvík Beach on the southern coast of Reykjavík. While ocean temperatures this far north normally top out at a frigid 50 degrees, runoff from the capital's geothermal heating system (safely) warms the seawater of this sheltered cove to a comfortable 70 degrees in summer. If that's still too cool, for a few bucks you can steep in the two 'hot pots' (pools filled with 100 degree freshwater)."
Yahoo Travel rankar Nauthólsvík i Reykjavík som en av världens mest bisarra stränder.
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