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At Brimketill Troll Pool, Lavarock Pool, Reykjanes Peninsula, Ic
At Brimketill Troll Pool, Lavarock Pool, Reykjanes Peninsula, Ic Brimketill is a small pool naturally carved into the rocks on Iceland’s South Coast thanks to marine erosion. Lying on a lava shore west of the town of Grindavík, it is not geothermally heated. It is said that the pool was owned by a giantess, who used it to wash her clothes and bathe. This is why it is called “Pool of Oddný”, or Oddnýjarlaug, after this character.
Brimketill
Brimketill Brimketill, the point lying the furthest west in Staðarberg, is one of the more popular places to visit in the Reykjanes area. Brimketill is an interesting shoreline rock formation, on sunny days resembling a natural hot tub. Brimketill is also known as Oddnýjarlaug (The pool of Oddný) and legend has it that giantesses used to go there for their baths. At a glance one might believe that Brimketill is a man-made location.
Brimketill
Brimketill Brimketill, the point lying the furthest west in Staðarberg, is one of the more popular places to visit in the Reykjanes area. Brimketill is an interesting shoreline rock formation, on sunny days resembling a natural hot tub. Brimketill is also known as Oddnýjarlaug (The pool of Oddný) and legend has it that giantesses used to go there for their baths. At a glance one might believe that Brimketill is a man-made location.
Brimketill
Brimketill Brimketill, the point lying the furthest west in Staðarberg, is one of the more popular places to visit in the Reykjanes area. Brimketill is an interesting shoreline rock formation, on sunny days resembling a natural hot tub. Brimketill is also known as Oddnýjarlaug (The pool of Oddný) and legend has it that giantesses used to go there for their baths. At a glance one might believe that Brimketill is a man-made location.
Brimketill
Brimketill Brimketill, the point lying the furthest west in Staðarberg, is one of the more popular places to visit in the Reykjanes area. Brimketill is an interesting shoreline rock formation, on sunny days resembling a natural hot tub. Brimketill is also known as Oddnýjarlaug (The pool of Oddný) and legend has it that giantesses used to go there for their baths. At a glance one might believe that Brimketill is a man-made location.