The Sauna area stretches over approximately 3,000 sqm. Let yourself be entranced by the warmth of one of our nine Saunas (three indoor and six outdoor saunas) all set at different temperatures or in our Turkish steam bath. To round everything off, the expansive outdoor area is the only space of its kind in the southern Baden region, featuring a thermal pool, a large lawn for lounging and a natural lake for swimming.
2019 marked the opening of the neighboring panorama and sea rose saunas – the crown jewel of the sauna area, which features a modern design paired with natural beauty. The saunas are shaped like a gazebo from the outside, overlooking the sauna area from atop a pedestal. The structure is built of wood and dimension stone and is itself immersed itself in the forest, offering you the unique opportunity to become one with nature during your sauna experience.
The cozy atmosphere of our sauna house’s relaxation room envelops visitors in warmth both in the summer and winter. Enjoy the view of our natural swimming lake while the heat from the fireplace lulls you into a dream state.
From circulation therapy to deep detoxification, our temperature-controlled saunas and numerous therapeutic treatments leave nothing to be desired. There is something for everyone. Feel the soothing warmth of our aroma sauna, which features light therapy and relaxing music, or enjoy the Turkish steam bath. A long walk in our expansive sauna garden or a swim in our natural lake will reenergize your circulation after your sauna.
You can find an overview of our infusions (in German language) here
approx. 45°C (113°F)
approx. 75°C (167°F)
approx. 60°C (140°F)
approx. 90°C (194°F)
– Relaxation room in the gallery
– Relaxation room with view of the garden
– Fresh air relaxation room on the roof terrace
– Meditation courtyard
– Refreshing pool
– Sauna bistro and terrace
Panorama Sauna (new!)
Sea Rose Sauna (new!)
Garden Sauna (log cabin)
approx. 95°C (203°F)
Pool Sauna (log cabin)
approx. 90°C (194°F)
Birch Sauna (at natural bathing lake)
approx. 70°C (158°F)
Sea Sauna (on natural bathing lake)
approx. 85°C (185°F)
approx. 29–33°C (84–91°F)
– Large lounging lawn
– Cozy seating areas
– Rainforest showers
– Fireplace lounge
– Covered lounging area on the lake
– Outdoor terrace
– Natural swimming lake
Saunas offer a special form of temperature control therapy which provides many health benefits including metabolic stimulation and stabilization of the cardiovascular system. Read on to learn about what is important to take into consideration before visiting the sauna for the first time.
Important rules to ensure that you and those around you enjoy a relaxing sauna experience.To the tips
Hot stone massages can be traced back over thousands of years, originating in Nepal, Tibet and western China. The stones are said to exhibit unseen healing powers.To the story
The water’s buoyancy relieves impact on tendons, joints and the spinal column. That is why water aerobics are especially good for overweight persons and individuals with joint pain.To the story
We have compiled a few useful tips for you to make the most of your sauna experience.To the tips
Les principales règles pour le bien-être de tous au sauna.Lire l’article
Relaqua is a relaxation concept originating in freediving. Freediving relies on the diver being able to relax for long enough to hold his or her breath until resurfacing.To the course