Laugafell is a geothermal area in the central highlands of Iceland, known for its natural beauty and remote, rugged landscape. This region is especially famous for its geothermal hot springs, which are a popular attraction for tourists and nature enthusiasts exploring the area. The hot springs in Laugafell offer a unique opportunity to experience natural thermal baths almost exactly in the middle of Iceland.

The area around Laugafell is usually accessible during the summer months when the highland roads are passable. It not only provides a natural refuge with picturesque views and the chance to relax in hot springs but also serves as a base for exploring the surrounding wilderness.

Laugafell is located about 85 kilometers south of Akureyri along road F821 and approximately 10 kilometers from the Trans-Icelandic Highway F26.