Iceland may be ice cold, but it's definitely a hot destination for many travelers. From the colourful town of adorable houses in Reykjavik to the glowing glaciers and black sand beaches of Jokulsarlon, this mystical northern town has intrigued more and more tourists.\nBut there's one popular tourist attraction that seems to blow all the others out of the water - The Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is one of the 25 wonders of the world. It is a man-made lagoon rich with mineral waters located on a lava field. What makes it so magical? The water is actually heated by the lava fields creating a mystical fog that saturates the air as soon as it reaches the open icy sky. Talk about dreamy!\nvia @rodryuki\nvia @rodryuki\nThe Blue Water Lagoon also has incredible spa amenities for ultimate healing and relaxation. They have a Silica Bar where you can slap on a silica mud mask that improves the look and feel of skin (it also looks hilarious by the way). They also have sauna and steam rooms, a relaxation area and a waterfall for a nice splash down.\nIf you're looking to stay at the luxurious Silica Hotel at The Blue Lagoon, they even have private patios leading to secluded mineral pools that daily dippers can't access, so you can relax in your own personal space. Perfect vacation with your bae? I think so.\nvia @chelseakauai\nWhether you're looking for a relaxing spa weekend or a quick dip for a day to enjoy the natural wonders of Iceland, The Blue Lagoon has got everything you've ever wanted and more.