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At the time of its construction in 1929, Hallenbad Heslach was the city's largest indoor pool, and is still revered for its ground-breaking design. Today, Hallenbad Heslach features a diving pool, a wading pool and a sauna complex alongside a splendid swimming pool. While those who enjoy swimming are sure to relish a few laps around the pool, the Russian-Roman sauna invites you to linger and indulge in a relaxing steam. Hallenbad Heslach also offers exercise and childbirth classes, opportunities for naturist swimming and mid-night sauna events in winter. All this and more render the Hallenbad Heslach an ideal destination for rest, relaxation and fruitful activity. Opening times for the sauna vary.
DAS LEUZE Mineral Bath is an elegant bathing and sauna spa with eight swimming and bathing pools of varying temperatures. It has over 1700 square meters (18300 square feet) of water area with massage jets, bubble loungers, waterfalls and a current channel. The High Power LED spotlights are merged into a suspended plasterboard ceiling armed with energy-optimized reflector technology, offering maximum light efficiency. This is an ideal place for families to spend some quality time together.
Located in the neighborhood of Bad Canstatt, this mineral bath features attractive architecture with a curved glass roof over the indoor pool to let in the light, with fountains and classical statues. The baths have two large mineral water pools with warm thermal brine and a pool with naturally cool, highly carbonated water. When around this place, there's nothing like a soothing and refreshing mineral water drench.
Explore the spa culture of various countries at SchwabenQuellen. Spread over an area of 7,000 square meters (75,347 square feet), both indoors and outdoors, the spa offers a variety of bathing lagoons, steam rooms, saunas, showers, hot tubs and relaxation areas to choose from. There is even a snow room where you can cool off before heading to the sauna for a relaxing steam. Indulge your senses with a visit to the Balinese Herbal Sauna, unwind at the Tepidarium, lounge about at the Temple of Maya and plunge into the mega-whirlpool. For those craving a more exclusive experience, SchwabenQuellen also features private spas where you can enjoy a variety of indulgent treatments including lomi lomi and shiatsu massage. A selection of restaurants and bars complete the offer, promising every visitor the ultimate spa experience. Keep an eye out for special promotions, events and parties to make the most of your day at SchwabenQuellen. Bear in mind that the spa complex is open only from 10a to 1p on the first Friday and Saturday of every month.
Leave your worries behind and head to the Fildorado for an evening of rest, relaxation and adventure with the family. The adventurous at heart will enjoy racing down steep slides, surfing in the wave pool, and battling the eddies and whirlpools of the current channel at the water park, while the more athletically inclined can test their mettle at the swimming pool. Fildorado also features a well-equipped fitness club offering a variety of classes and wellness programs and a thermal pool, as well as a spa and sauna. While your little ones have a ball at the wading pool, treat yourself to an indulgent massage or enjoy a relaxing steam instead. A wellness retreat and waterpark rolled into one, the Fildorado offers a myriad of pleasurable activities for your to enjoy all day.
Leave your worries behind and head to the Mineraltherme Böblingen for a day of rest and relaxation. The spa complex is centered around a splendid thermal pool where you can revel in the healing properties of the mineral water. A variety of sauna experiences await beyond, with soothing infusions that inspire serenity and peace. Round off your day at the Mineraltherme Böblingen with a visit to Mimaris, offering a plethora of relaxing treatments that promise utter delight. Before you head home, be sure to sample the eclectic culinary offer at Restaurant Thermini, the Badebistro or the Saunabistro.