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Iceland is famous for its swimming pools and there is no shortage of them in Austurland. 

Eskifjörður Swimming pool
An outdoor swimming pool which is warmed up by a geothermal well.   The swimming pool is 25 x 12 meters and outside. There are 2 hot tubs, a sauna, 3 different water slides, and a children's pool.  There is a view from the swimming pool out the fjord and to the mountains. http://www.visiteskifjordur.is/what-to-do/swimming-pool/
Seyðisfjörður
Seyðisfjörður swimming hall is a charismatic indoor swimming pool with hot tubs and sauna. Seyðisfjörður Swimming Hall was built in 1948 and was designed by Gudjón Samúelsson, the State House Master. The swimming hall formally opened on July 8, 1948. The indoor swimming pool is 12.5 x 7 m, small but friendly, with a great view towards the mountains surrounding the fjord. The swimming hall as two hot tubs (indoor) and a sauna. You can walk out to a small garden to enjoy the sun and fresh air. Be aware of the quirky information signs found inside the swimming hall – designed by a former employee of the swimming hall and give the building a personal and charismatic touch. Openings hours: September to May : Monday - Wednesday - Friday from 7:00-10:00 and from 16:00-20:00 Saturday from 13:00-16:00 Tuesday - Thursday - Sunday are closed June to August : Monday to Friday from 7:00-11:00 and 15:00-20:00 Saturday from 13:00-16:00 Sundays are closed
Djúpivogur Swimming pool
Djúpivogur swimming pool and sports centre: Gym, sauna and a newly built indoor swimming pool with hot tubs, a small pool for children, and another small pool outside. Open: MondayFriday, 7:00-20:30; Saturday-Sunday, 10:00-18:00. tel: 478 8999 email: djupivogur@djupivogur.is
Selárdalur Swimming pool
Selárdalur Swimming PoolPhone: 473 1499 – 473 1331e-mail: info@vopnafjardarhreppur.isThe swimming pool is 3.5 km. from road 85 on the way to Bakkafjörður, 12 km. from central Vopnafjörður. The pool is on the banks of the Selá river which runs along a shallow ravine. It is a beautiful setting for a swimming pool, and ours is famous for its surroundings. Just nearby is a hot water spring that has been used for many years for bathing. Today the spring waters are used to heat up the water in the swimming pool. Access for handicapped people is good at the Selá pool. There is also a picnic area and a large sundeck, as well as a large hot tub and wading pool for children. The swimming pool was build in Summer, 1949 by members of Einherja, a young men’s group in Vopnafjörður. They worked mostly as volunteers and it was opened in Summer, 1950. Repairs and improvements have been made and the pool is in good condition, and the surrounding area has always been well-kept. Until 1975 swimming lessons were held for two weeks with the students living in the pool house and it must have been quite a jolly time during the lessons. Today swimming lessons are held here in the fall and spring.Opening time Selárdalur Swimming pool:Summer (01 June - 31 August):Monday - Friday: pm. 10:00 - 22:00. Saturday - Sunday: pm. 10:00 - 18:00Winter (01 sept - May 31):Monday - Friday: 14:00 - 19:00. Saturday - Sundays:12:00 - 16:00.
Egilsstaðir Swimming pool
 Swimming pool - opening hours Summer(June 1st – August 31st)Monday - Friday 6:30 – 21:30Saturday - Sunday 10:00 – 18:00 Winter(September 1st – May 31st)Monday - Friday 6:30 – 20:30Saturday - Sunday 10:00 – 18:00 Gym (Héraðsþrek) has the same opening hours as the swimming pool.
Stöðvarfjörður Swimming pool
A UNIQUE OUTDOOR POOL WITH A HOT TUB In the village of Stöðvarfjörður you will find a beautiful but small outdoor pool, located right by the elementary school. Built in 1982, the swimming pools is 16,67 meters long. Opening hours:May 15 - September 15: Weekdays:  13:00-19:00 Weekends: 13:00-17:00   Closed during winter.
Hotel Staðarborg
Hotel Staðarborg is an accommodating and recent hotel with 30 rooms, located in the heartland of eastern Iceland in the valley Breiðdalur. The hotel is by the Ring road no 1, some 625 km.  from Reykjavík and 100 km from Seyðisfjörður. This makes it a suitable resting place for those traveling on the ferry Norraena. Recreational opportunities for traveler abound in this beautiful area Staðarborg opened in June 2000. It is situated in the eastern part of Iceland, in the valley Breiðdalur, between Egilsstaðir and Höfn. The building is a former schoolhouse which has now been thoroughly renovated. The hotel can accommodate 54 people in 30 spacious rooms complete with private facilities and television.The hotel restaurant offers meals a la carte, refreshments are available throughout the day. Facilities at Hotel Staðarborg include a jacuzzi and a grassy sports field. Also available: Sleeping bag accommodation and a camping site.English and Spanish spoken.
Neskaupstaður Swimming Pool
Stefánslaug Swimming Pool is an outstanding outdoor swimming pool with hot tubs, sauna, and two water slides. Located in the hills of Neskaupstaður, the view from the pool over the Norðfjörður fjord is splendid and the building itself gives great shelter for those who like to lay in the sun.  The Stefánslaug Swimming Pool was first opened in 1943 and is therefore on an old foundation. In the years 2001 to 2006 the swimming pool was rebuilt practically from the ground up, first the pool itself and then the pool house.   Shortly thereafter the two water slides were added to the facility, much to the enjoyment of the younger guests.
Fáskrúðsfjörður Swimming Pool
Fáskrúðsfjörður swimming pool is a 12.5-meter indoor pool with a hot tub. The swimming pool was taken into use in 1948, and the architectural style gives the pool an extremely warm and cozy look. See opening hours here .

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Breiðdalshreppur Sport Center Selnesi 25 760 Breiðdalsvík 470-9090