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Sauna Experience



Sauna, hot tube and iceswimming

The Finnish sauna is a substantial part of Finnish culture. There are five million inhabitants and over two million saunas in Finland – an average of one per household. For Finnish people the sauna is a place for easing with friends and family, and a place for physical and mental relaxation. The traditional sauna days are Wednesday and Saturday. The idea of swimming in freezing water may seem foolish to most but many Scandinavians swear by it, and declare that not only is it safe but healthy too. From December to end of April you can go iceswimming in Tornioriver.

siikakartano
Sauna in Siikakartano

– sauna and hot tub price is 890e/group
– and 9,5e/person includes towels and non-alcoholic sauna drinks.

Please note that the saunas and pools are wood-heated – a suitable sauna time is about three hours.

If two saunas and pools are needed – there are more saunas in the Pirtti sauna building

There is no sale of alcohol at Siikakartano so it would be good to bring any necessary alcohol-drinks, sauna beers, wines etc…

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Sauna in Nordic House (Pirtti). Two saunas with woodstoves, the old style Jylha ja modern style Nara -saunas

– sauna price is 890e/group
– and 9,5e/person includes towels and non-alcoholic sauna drinks.

Reservations by phone +358 400 692 301 or email majoitus@vierastalot.fi




Kukkolankoski Jylhä Sauna
Kukkolankoski Närä Sauna
Kuumavesiallas
Avantouinti
Kukkolankoski