Description & Details
The bathing world of the Sole-Felsen-Bad in Gmünd consists of a total of seven pools. In the brine-rock basin, the two brine-relax lagoons in the interior and exterior and in the granite bowl, you can enjoy the pleasant water at pleasant temperatures between 32 and 34 degrees. The four brine basins are equipped with different brine contents, spring stones, massage beds and jets, a flow channel and bottom bubblers.
Children can splash around inside and outside in the two children's pools or let off steam on the 65 metre long tube slide and water climbing. For swimmers there is also a sports pool where they can take their lanes. If you want to do some sports, you can also take part in the free water gymnastics programme, which is offered several times a day in the brine rock pool.
The sauna world of the Sole Rock Bath offers a total of six different saunas, three indoors and three outdoors. With temperatures ranging from a mild 60 degrees in the Swiss stone pine sauna to 95 degrees in the crystal sauna, there is something for every taste. Every 30 minutes there are varied infusion ceremonies, a steam grotto, rock hammam and infrared cabins.
A plunge pool, tree trunk showers and relaxation rooms provide refreshment and relaxation between sauna sessions. There is a natural cooling in the Aßangteich, which is freely accessible from the bathing and sauna world. You can also relax in the whirlpool or in the two sauna relax pools (inside and outside).
- Offering 5 pools and 6 saunas, brine bath Sole Felsen Bad Gmünd im Waldviertel is among the 10 largest Spas in Austria.
- The nearby parking lot offers enough space for your car.
- Meals and drinks are provided thanks to a nearby restaurant.
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Wellness & Beauty
The bathers can choose from a wide range of massages. From classical back and full body massages, ayurvedic massages to Hawaiian temple massages, everything is represented here. Also traditional Hamam applications are on the program here. It is best to make an appointment in advance.
How to get there
Gmünd lies directly on the Austrian border with the Czech Republic. From Linz take the B125 to Neumarkt im Mühlkreis and then the S10 to Freistadt. From there take the B38 to Karlstift and then the B41 to Gmünd. At the roundabout take the first exit and drive over the Albrechtser Straße to the Therme.