A young couple is laying on hand towels in the salina.

Saltwater for body and mind

The salina

Prickly fresh air and a slightly salty taste on your lips: The salina is a refresher for the mind - and has a healing effect.

Across hawthorn bushes, the water (5% to 9%) trickles down, sprays on blackthorn brushwood and thereby provides for a climate similar to that on the ocean. The salty air enters the respiratory tract - that stimulates the perfusion of the lung (and with that, the transport of oxygen to the blood). Salinas were originally used for salt mining.

At a room temperature of 38 to 40°C, with an atmospheric and colorful light show and a relaxed ambience, the salina becomes an oasis of recreation!