Sundlaug Kópavogs | Kopavogur Swimming Pool

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Sundlaug Kópavogs | Kopavogur Swimming Pool
Við Borgarholtsbraut 17
Kopavogur, Capital Region 200
441 8500

Adult Admission Price & Policy

ISK 1,050; Senior Citizens (67) Free. [February, 202220]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m x 25m, 10 lanes, 3f - 5f depth, outdoors, geothermally heated, 29ºC (84ºF).
Pool 2
25m x 12.5m, 6 lanes, 1.2m - 1.8m depth, chlorine sanitized, indoors, 29ºC (84ºF).


64.110364, -21.916906

Teams That Use This Facility

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Facility Notes

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Facility Reviews

Most lanes roped, no slow/medium/fast signage. About three people per lane - the pace isn't fast. Comfortable temperature for training. There are blocks that can be used without a coach in attendance. People crossing get right of way. Sunday mornings one third of the pool is used for squad training. The pool consists of thermal water and the sulphur may take some getting used to.
This is one of the larger pools in Iceland. For lap swimmers, it's best to avoid times between 4 and 8 PM, Monday through Friday, as the indoor and outdoor pools are both dominated by swim clubs and/or water exercise groups. There are two lanes signed for fast and slow swimmers, but the signs are generally ignored. Circle swimming etiquette is universally followed, but locals seldom, if ever, group according to speed, so be prepared to shift lanes often to maintain a normal or fast pace without interruption. While the outdoor 50 m pool has 10 lanes, only 8 lanes are roped off; the indoor 25 m pool has all 6 lanes roped.

There are many hot pools for relaxing afterwards and nice view of the surrounding mountains.
[February, 2022]