The Turkish bath, of Mediterranean origin, welcomes with an average temperature of 45 degrees and a very high humidity of 90 to 100 percent. Sweating is less intense here than in the sauna, but the stay is more prolonged, ensuring more perspiration is wicked. The Finnish sauna, on the other hand, features 90-degree dry heat, where sweating can lose up to a liter of water with electrolytes, lactic acid, amino acids, acidouric acid, sodium, and potassium. This sauna improves metabolism, strengthens the respiratory tract, elasticizes the skin and is indicated in cases of rheumatic diseases. The Kneipp path, on the other hand, offers alternating jets of hot and cold water, perfectly designed according to healing principles. Pebble walking stimulates circulation at the plantar level, generating benefits for the whole body. In addition, various wellness packages designed for the single person or for the couple seeking special moments to share are available. You can choose your favorite treatment and enjoy a unique moment of relaxation in the spa.