The world's largest swimming pool is located at the San Alfonso del Mar Resort in Chile.

The enormous man-made pool, set along the coastline, is larger than 20 Olympic-size pools and holds a whopping 66 million gallons of water, according to The Daily Mail.

Crystal Lagoons, the creator of the pool, claims it's six-times bigger than its closest competitor, the Orthlieb Pool in Casablanca, Morocco.

It also holds the Guinness World Record for being the world's deepest (115 feet) and up keep costs a cool 2 million pounds annually.

One million of that goes to the pool boy. :-D

The nearly 20-acre pool sucks water directly in from the sea using a computer-controlled suction and filtration system.

Why a pool right next to a beautiful ocean?

The temps in that water are very cold and the currents are reportedly treacherous.

You must check out some more stunning images at huffingtonpost.com.

I like this pool very much.

I like this pool so much that now I want to travel to Chile.

However, they better not play that soundtrack at the resort or I won't go. :-D