Diving in a city harbour is now possible in Copenhagen’s port. Thanks to a green project completed in 2001, the water was declared adequate in terms of pollution for swimming, so the first temporary harbour bath could open at Islands Brygge. A very big complex of outdoor pools has been created, and, for this reason, summer is the most enjoyable season to live in this area. However, due to the big success of the initiative, baths are also used in winter and regular events are hosted here. Islands Brygge is a trendy harbour front area in Copenhagen, situated on the north of Amager island, which could be defined as a mainly residential neighbourhood. Some small shops and offices are also present, together with some pieces of architecture preserved from the industrial past. Island Brygge is served by the metro, with a namesake station, which links it to the rest of the city. Two bus lines, 5A and 12, can also be used to get there.