The air in Finnish sauna is hot and dry – the temperatures vary from sauna and spa, but they usually stay around 90°C. The log-lined walls and split-level benches form the perfect environment for you to enjoy these high temperatures. The heat emanates from hot stones – water is poured onto them, creating steam, which briefly humidifies the air. The Finnish sauna will make you sweat – a lot – and the hot air makes the time you spend in the sauna both relaxing and enjoyable. The true sauna effect is only achieved by alternating between hot and cold – after every sauna session you should cool off under (or in) cold water. You can refresh yourself under the showers in front of the sauna, and why not follow it up with a dip in the pool?