Indoor area of the sauna oasis
The air is hot and dry in this traditional log cabin, with a room temperature of approx. 90°C. A visit to this sauna is usually broken down into two to three sessions, letting you obtain a variety of effects with enjoyment: your immune system is strengthened and the metabolism stimulated. The Finnish sauna is a typical dry sauna with no water being poured onto the hot stones and is suitable for up to 20 people.
In a wooden ambience, herbs or pine cones are steamed in a special oven for this herbal steam room. Up to 15 people can relax and do something for their health in the moist, mild, and aromatic 50°C heat with around 55% relative humidity.
There is space for up to 8 people on the heated benches in this attractively tiled low-temperature room. Humidity levels are high, ranging up to the full saturation of steam, and refresh the body and soul at 45°C.
There is space for up to 10 people on the heated benches in this attractively tiled low-temperature room. Humidity levels are high, ranging up to the full saturation of steam, and refresh the body and soul at 45°C.
The “Kraxenöfen” sauna („Kraxenöfen“ are traditional wicker back basket ovens) was originally used in the Alpine region: It was first seen in farmers’ living rooms, offering a cosy atmosphere with the warmth and aroma of alpine hay. The mild herbal steam warms the shoulders and back so that you feel a sense of well-being and the body is able to regenerate (2 places).
There is room for up to 8 people in the two whirlpools heated at 36-37°C.