The fishing village of Grindavik is located between Keflavik and Reykjavik, in the southeast of Iceland.
Most of the visitors who pass through the town are there to see Iceland's most popular tourist destination: the Blue Lagoon. This geothermal swimming pool has warm, milky blue water that's rich in minerals. Book your tickets ahead of time so you can bathe in the steaming lagoon and cover your face with its mud, which is said to have restorative properties.
If you want to experience what Grindavik has to offer other than the Blue Lagoon, you can try your hand at camping, hiking, horse riding or golfing on a picturesque oceanfront course.