10. Night swimming

As said before, all the swimming pools in Iceland are warm/hot as they are heated up with geothermal hot water. It is fun going in them all year round and also all time of day. Try to go swimming late in the evening (most of the pools are open until 10 in the evening or even longer) or on a rainy day. It is lovely lying in the hot tub/jacuzzi and feeling the raindrops on the nose. Many of the pools also have a warm indoor pool where it can be nice to start at least with small children.