Thalassotherapy is renowned for its relaxing and restorative properties and is considered an excellent way to relieve stress, restore energy and improve overall health and well-being.

Thalassotherapy consists of a steam bath, salt scrub and mud. The duration of the procedure is 1.5 hours and the spa can accommodate a maximum of 4 people.

“Thalasso Spa – Ocean freshness at your fingertips”

Price for two 120€
Additional person 45€

  • Steam sauna

  • Body scrub

  • Muda

“Thalassa” comes from the Greek word for “sea” and Thalassotherapy was already known in ancient Rome and Greece for its beneficial and stimulating effects.

The Thalasso Spa focuses on the use of marine products to promote health and relaxation. The marine elements used in Thalasso Spas, such as salt, mud and minerals, are renowned for their cleansing and healing properties. They help to open skin pores, improve circulation and allow the body to eliminate waste products. Regular visits to Thalassotherapy can help improve skin texture, reduce muscle tension and improve overall wellbeing.

Today, thalassotherapy has become the undisputed benchmark for healthy living around the world. Thalassotherapy consists of four parts and lasts 1.5 hours.

The steam sauna is light, mild and moisturising in nature, and the temperature is about half that of a normal sauna. Steam baths are very good for the respiratory system, they also help to open skin pores and are even suitable for cancer patients as they do not provoke cancer growth. The steam shower has a soft and cleansing effect. Due to its soft and cleansing effect, the steam bath is also suitable for those who suffer from skin problems. Blood starts to circulate better, heart function improves. A steam sauna opens the pores and prepares the body and mind for further treatments. It is advisable to stay in the sauna for about 15 minutes.

The warm steam opens the pores and makes the skin more receptive to further procedures. The client heads to the salt scrub room and rubs sea salt all over their body. Rubbing with salt can remove dead skin cells and cleanse the skin. At the same time salt also acts to improve blood circulation to the skin, reduce swelling by drawing water out of the tissues and generally soothe the skin. Relax on the salt bed and keep the salt on your skin for 5 to 15 minutes, then wash it off in the shower.

The client goes back to the steam room for about 15 minutes. After the steaming process, you go onto the hotbed and apply a thin layer of mud powder over your entire body. The mud layer is left to dry on the body (15 min). Then rinsed with plenty of water. After the mud, it is advisable not to use soaps and creams, as the bioactive healing effects of the mud last for a few hours after the procedure. Legrete fango or mud concentrate contains rare fossil mud from the Eocene Sea and therefore has unique therapeutic properties due to its rich mineral water and geological elements. It nourishes the skin with minerals and vitamins. In addition to mud, fango is made up of grey clay, which has restorative properties, cypress extract and peppermint extract. Peppermint is rich in menthol, potassium, calcium and tannins, which provide good natural pain and anti-inflammatory properties and reduce swelling.

Thalasso can also be done with cosmetic white clay. The white clay acts like a sponge by absorbing toxins and surface dirt from the pores, gently removing dirt from the skin without stripping out the natural oils. It exfoliates and cleanses and stimulates circulation. The white clay should be mixed with water to form a sour cream-like paste and then applied to the face and body. For oily skin, the mass could be left on for longer (up to 15 minutes), for drier and sensitive skin for less. White clay is particularly mineral-rich and can cause redness if the skin is sensitive. You’ll know for yourself how long it’s good to keep the wrap:). With a clay mask, you get a translucent and radiant complexion from the first use!

It is important to relax and cool down after the procedure. The tissues are deeply warmed by the sauna and cool slowly. Drinking water to replenish the water lost during the sauna process is beneficial.