Inside the embers. Outside the sea, endless beach and dune grass. With a view like this, the sauna landscape can rightly be called a sauna landscape. Surrounded by unique North Frisian nature, a variety of saunas are available for your relaxation. So do you go to the sauna on stilts (at 70 °C pretty suitable for beginners), the birch sauna (at 80 °C in the mid-range) or the log cabin sauna (the Champions League at 90 to 100 °C with hourly infusions)?
- For technical reasons, the adventure pool and the whirlpool of the Dünen-Therme are currently closed. Due to the inconvenience, we are offering you use of the pool for €4 per adult and €2 per child (no time limit). The sauna tariff remains unchanged.
- Please wear an FFP2 mask on your way to the Dünen-Therme and in the health and wellness centre.
- There are currently no sauna infusions. The ladies' sauna is also cancelled for the time being.
- FFP masks are compulsory for treatments and applications in the treatment rooms (both in the medical and wellness areas).
Taking a sauna in the Dünen-Therme spa – that’s wellness that works.
Enjoy the heat and its stimulating effect on the whole body. Beginners to saunas should get used to them slowly. (So you don’t throw the towel in too soon.) The sanarium, the bio-sauna with its play of lights and lower temperatures, or the steam bath, where natural aromatic oils waft through the air, offer more moderate relaxation. As pleasant and positive as the saunas are, the small breaks between sauna sessions are refreshing. In the relaxation oases you can cool down a bit, enjoy the cosiness of the original beach chairs or refresh yourself in the sea waterfall and ice grotto. Ah! Cold! Cold! Cold! Wow! Mmmh!