Experience the fantastic healing properties of saltwater
The salt content of the water is around 8% with a water temperature of 34°C and a room temperature of 36°C.
When life is busy and we don’t get enough sleep, the body can crave mineral salts such as iodine, calcium and magnesium.
In the Salt Bath, your body melts into to the warm salt water, absorbing the beneficial minerals, vitamins and trace elements.
You can quickly feel the wellbeing spread around your body as you float effortlessly and weightlessly in warm saltwater, which has an added benefit of softening the skin.
The Salt Sauna releases salt ions, which together with the heat of the sauna, relax your muscles and strengthen the immune system. In addition, the salt laden air not only benefits the lungs but has a very effective impact on the skin which becomes soft with a beautiful glow.
Stay in the sauna, which is kept at around 70°C, as long as it's comfortable and enjoy the amazing view through the large picture windows facing the park.
On the sun terrace you can take a cold rinse under the outdoor shower and enjoy the fresh air from the fjord. In the summer months there are sun beds on the terrace.
Remember to wash the saltwater away
Thalasso spa is connected to Thermal Baths via a footbridge to the Sun Terrace. You are welcome to move between the areas, however, it is important that the salt water is ALWAYS thoroughly washed away after Thalasso spa – before bathing in the Thermal Baths again.
Access to the Thermal Baths & Thalasso Spa includes
- Fresh fruit, water and coffee / tea ad libitum
- Use of bathrobe, towels and slippers
You must be 14 years old to access the Spa and you need to wear swimwear.
Book at +45 7682 3380 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We recommend that you book as soon as possible due to availability.
Vital Buffet and refreshments
At the Vital Bar, located in the Thermal Baths, we offer tempting refreshments including cake, chips and a selection of drinks.