You don’t have to be an astronaut to feel weightless. Floating in the Dünen-Therme’s warm water is just as unique an experience. The huge adventure and wave pool in the municipality of St. Peter-Ording can be reached quickly by the direct passage from the StrandGut Resort and covers a whopping 6,500 sqm. It is also home to a variety-packed wellness and health centre.
On December 7, 2023, the Dünen-Therme will close at 4 p.m. due to an internal event.
Sauna events: Sauna events take place on the last Friday of the month (except from May to September) from 12:00 to 23:00. Sauna infusion plans are created and presented to match the themes. Further information can be found here.
Water temperatures: No water temperatures have been lowered in the Dünen-Therme. The temperature in the wave pool is approx. 26-28°C, in the children's pool approx. 34°C, in the outdoor adventure pool approx. 26-28°C, in the indoor adventure pool approx. 28-30°C and in the whirlpool approx. 34-36°C. The air temperature is approx. 31°C.
Closing hours: From 8 January to 14 February 2024, the swimming pool area will be closed for maintenance. However, the sauna and wellness area is open for your visit - just like the exercise pool in the morning.
Magically attractive variety
Swimming. Bathing. Diving. Or turbo sliding. And once the lifeguard starts the waves, you’ll think you’re in the most beautiful North Sea surf. Whirlpool. Steam bath. Or sauna. And the stress of the last few weeks dissolves into bubbles and steam. Massages. Beauty treatments. Ayurveda. Or hammam. And a deep feeling of balance spreads through the body.
Now, at the very latest, you’re on the same wavelength as the Dünen-Therme, aren’t you?