Aquabasilea

Schwabisch Hall, in May 2010. Since March 1, 2010, the water world Aquabasilea near Basel offers incredible 13,000 m wellness for adults and children. Here one can relax a gently rippling stream, without this climb a steep hill – and that only a few steps away from the healthy pleasure of sweating in a rustic Earth sauna or a fragrant aroma grotto. Divided into indoor and outdoor areas select the guest in the lively adventure pool of the Swiss water park between relaxation and action: whizzing down the long slides, relax in the Spa, or sweating in the sauna world welcoming diversity. It shows the leading manufacturer of sauna KLAFS once again his skills as a successful supplier of Spa equipment. The bathroom visitors can enjoy not only a water world of superlatives, but also the varied and generous sauna landscape, which offers a wide variety of sauna and Steamroom variations and different cooling zones.

The spacious cabins are thereby technically modern quite central with KLAFS control, but individually controlled. Highlights inside include an octagonal mine sauna, smoke sauna with high temperatures and a gentle sanarium with harmonious colour light. The heart is the Finnish sauna with enormous masses of 11.30 x 5.25 m. Here, up to 50 people sweat at the same time. The offer is rounded off by steam bath, Laconium, Caldarium, a soothing salt water grotto and a fragrant aroma grotto. Outdoor more generous sweating houses waiting for the bathers: whether traditional infusion or Lakeside sauna with light and sound experience, rustic Earth or quaint Chalet sauna – sauna world of the Aquabasilea every visitor takes the desired zone. Each of KLAFS saunas can accommodate this lush. Just on weekends and in the holidays does not so recreational bottlenecks. Ice fountain or pool load with bubbling waterfall to cool down after the soothing sweating. The wellbeing of the Swiss water world is underlined by the high-quality, natural especially appealing Materials and organic design.

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