Our pool area consists of a swimming pool with a length of 14 m and a depth of 1.2 m, a jacuzzi, as well as a relaxation area with sun loungers. Thanks to its relatively shallow depth, the pool is safe for people who cannot swim and does not require the supervision of a lifeguard.
Pool attractions include underwater massages and a pool waterfall. The water temperature in the pool is 28 degrees, and in the jacuzzi 33 degrees Celsius. Bath towels and sauna towels are available at the spa reception.
Our swimming pool with a strictly controlled water composition looks best in the evenings, when the back light highlights its brick walls and the great spaces. Its small depth of 1.20 meters makes it safe for taller children and people who cannot swim while underwater massages, a small waterfall and counter currents will certainly diversify the bathing experience.
Discreetly separated from the pool area the sauna corner gives you the opportunity to relax in the Finnish sauna, steam sauna, or especially for those who do not tolerate high temperatures infrared sauna with color therapy. Only once in a while you can hear the cry of a person who cooled off in a stream of cold water from a Norwegian bucket. The recreation room complements the image of a place where time flows more slowly, where you can gain strength and appetite for life.
In July and August from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
High temperature and low humidity are typical features of every Finnish sauna. Thanks to this, you can gradually warm up the body, leading to strong sweating, accelerated circulation, elimination of toxins. Your stay in the sauna should last about 10 minutes, after which you need to cool down, relax and, if you feel like it, go back for another session.
The Finnish sauna should not be used by people with circulatory problems, bursting blood vessels, children without adult supervision.
The temperature in the region of 50 degrees Celsius and high humidity are in turn attributes of a steam bath. In such an atmosphere, there is a very intense sweating and cleansing of the skin from toxins. Staying in the steam room is very relaxing and much less burdensome for the heart than staying in the Finnish sauna.
In the steam room there is a shower, which you use before the start of the session to rinse and cool the place where you will sit.
Those who do not tolerate high temperatures can use the infrared sauna. The infrared rays used here will cause your body to warm up as well, but you will not be in very hot air.
This will make it easier for you to breathe and heat only selected parts of the body.
Staying in each of the saunas should be interspersed with cooling the body and rest. Depending on how prepared you are, what effect you want to achieve, you can cool the body very suddenly, using a suspended bucket filled with cold water.
A much milder form of cooling will certainly start the process by immersing the feet in specially prepared nieces with cold water, to later cool the whole body in the shower. Remember that cooling the body slowly is much safer if you have any problems with the cardiovascular system.