The World of Saunas

Throughout the world, saunas are used for enjoyment, relaxation, improving immunity and energy boosting. Being in saunas stimulates your blood circulation, joints and vital organs, purifies the pores, strengthens and tones your skin, prevents colds and other various skin inflammations. The world of saunas in the mountain Wellness & Spa is diverse and rich, so you may choose saunas which suit your wishes.

  • Finnish dry sauna
  • Bio sauna
  • Infrared sauna
  • Turkish bath

The best effect of the world of saunas comes by alternately exposing the body to high temperatures and cooling off by having a shower in cold water or being outside in nature. You can feel this change between the warm and cold, in our Wellness & Spa, by using our shower of surprise, the relax shower with the combination of sounds and lights, as well as being in intact nature.

  • Finnish dry sauna
  • Bio sauna
  • Infrared sauna
  • Turkish bath

The World of Saunas.

Finnish dry sauna

If you want to experience the real feeling of heat on your skin, the infrared sauna is the right choice! The Finnish sauna is the traditional way of sweating, which is used for centuries in the whole world, and the benefits of being in the “wooden space” were first discovered by the Finns. Our Finnish sauna cabin is coated with the first class Nordic spruce, with the temperature of 70° C - 100° C and 10% of humidity. Humidity in the cabin is attained by pouring heated rocks in the sauna furnace, with this process the hot steam is being spread around, which opens skin pores, purifies and rejuvenates soul and body. Sudden changes from hot to cold activate endorphin, the hormone which stimulates the feeling of pleasure and a good mood. There is an old Finnish saying “In sauna, the anger evaporates and the rage dries out”. The sauna unusually positively affects the mind. A suggested time of staying in this sauna is 10 to 15 minutes.

Bio sauna

Having difficulties when the air is dry and the temperature is high? Bio sauna is the right place for you! Bio sauna is the mild version of the Finnish sauna; the temperature is between 50° C - 60° C and 55% of humidity. The stay in bio sauna positively affects the body and opens the skin pores, so it is recommended for people with the problem of water retention in their body, sensitive people and generally for people who poorly tolerate the high temperature of the Finnish sauna. It is allowed to stay longer than in the Finnish sauna, but staying longer than 45 minutes is not recommended.

Infrared sauna

If you would like to feel a pleasant heat, do stay at this sauna! Infrared sauna is made of Nordic spruce; the heating is done by long infrared rays. The natural source of infrared rays is the sun, and if our body is deprived of these rays we become sick and depressive. Infrared heat is the necessity for the well- being of all living beings. These infrared light waves penetrate the skin and subcutaneous tissues up to one centimetre, the heat further is transmitted into the thicker tissues, positively affecting joints, skin, muscles and tissues, boosting circulation and oxygenating tissues and vital organs. This kind of heating causes you sweating inside-out and the amount and intensity of sweating is three times bigger than in the Finnish sauna. Temperature is between 50°C - 60°C, and it is suggested to use it onetime up to 30 minutes.

Turkish bath

If the steam bathing sounds perfect to you, try the Turkish bath! The Greeks and Romans enjoyed the magic of this steam bath, but especially people from the Middle East and hence the name. Humidity is 100% and the temperature up to 50°C. The space is made in the Eastern style, the heat, humidity and the smell of eucalyptus oil in the air will relax your mind and body and you will feel the true magic of the Middle East. This type of sauna is recommended for people with problems with upper respiratory tract, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, cough and hoarseness. A suggested time of staying in this type of sauna is from 5 up to 20 minutes.