Our saunas in Merano/Meran: a top recommendation
Relaxation for the body and soul
At our saunas in Merano/Meran, you can arrive, switch off, and relax. The beautifully designed saunas of the Terme Merano offer many loving details which create a harmonious ambience of pure relaxation. Since the remodelling,there is now even more space to feel good. Just ask yourself which of the saunas of the Terme Merano you would like to be the first to discover... you have the choice between six different sauna experiences – both indoors and outdoors. 365 days a year.
Notice: To guarantee you maximum protection, access to the saunas and steam baths is limited. So there may be short waiting periods... sorry! On the bright side, you may have more time to enjoy the Sun Deck or the Relax rooms...
There are two Finnish saunas in our sauna area in South Tyrol: a large log cabin sauna outside (for up to 100 people) and a smaller sauna inside.
In the Finnish sauna, the air is dry and hot and the temperature is between 90° C and 100° C. With a humidity of 10%, the body is purified of waste products and the immune system as well as heart and circulation are strengthened.
This steam bath is ideal for preparing for a sauna session with higher temperatures, e.g. in one of our Finnish saunas. In the steam bath, there is a humidity of 100% and the temperature is between 42° and 45° C. The skin is cleansed, the metabolism stimulated, and the immune system is strengthened. While muscle tensions are loosening, our film of the Passiro/Passer plays (and splashes) on the screen.
The completely orange steam bath with its curved benches and arches was named after the botanical Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle. This is where the organic herbs that are used here for special infusions come from. With a temperature of 42° C to 45° C and a humidity of 100%, the steam bath has a purifying effect and strengthens the immune system.
Our bio hay sauna is a gentle alternative to the Finnish sauna. The lower temperatures protect the circulation and ensure pleasant relaxation. In the humid, warm air, the essential oils of the hay are released, which have a calming and anti-inflammatory effect. For a more realistic meadow experience, a short film takes you into the idyllic mountain world of the surroundings.
To cool off after a sauna session, try something unique and instead of going into the cold pool, head to the snow room. Gentle snowflakes fall from the ceiling in front of an atmospheric illuminated picture of a winter forest. The cool temperature of -10° C provides you with the perfect conditions to cool off. This cools the body and improves oxygen saturation in the air you breathe. Please note that the snow room is only suitable for people with a healthy circulation.
Plenty of room for unwinding: the relaxation rooms
After a sauna session, your body needs relaxation – and a lot of rest. Our saunas in Merano/Meran in South Tyrol offer plenty of space for this. Depending on how you prefer to relax, choose among:
- Relaxation room with starry sky and waterbeds
- Relaxation room with a view of the outdoor area
- Reading room
- Outdoor sun loungers
- New: indoor relaxation room
- New: Roof Whirlpool with sun deck
- New: cosy relaxation niches
- New: Fire Place in the lounge area
And for the small appetite in between: our new sauna bar serves freshly squeezed juices, teas, fruit, and snacks.
Good to know
Our sauna area is a child-free (over 14 years), nude area, which is visited by men and women together.