The Black Forest, one of the largest regions in Germany, is a popular holiday destination. Located in the border triangle (France / Germany / Switzerland), it is considered to be one of the most beautiful regions in Europe. The Black Forest is particularly well known for its thermal baths. Some of them were built by the Romans more than 2.000 years ago after they discovered the healing power of thermal springs.
Use one of the many thermal baths or a medicinal bath as a source of relaxation and plunge into relaxed pleasure.
Caracalla Therme - Baden-Baden
The modern Caracalla Therme also houses the historic Friedrichsbad and guarantees exclusive bathing pleasure. Different pools with different temperatures (from 18 ° C to 38 ° C) invite you to bathe in thermal water. The expansive interior offers a rock grotto (hot and cold water), an aromatic steam bath and a brine inhalation room. The seven saunas inside and outside ensure further relaxation through experience infusions as well as sound and light effects. The two log cabin saunas in the outdoor area offer a special kind of fragrance experience thanks to the processed wood of the Finnish polar pine. A spacious outdoor area and a spacious wellness lounge including relaxing offers such as massages, treatments and cosmetic applications round off the whole thing.
Cassiopeia Therme - Badenweiler
The largest Roman thermal baths north of the Alps once stood here. Even today, in Badenweiler parts of the thermal bath that are still in good condition can be admired. The large pool area beckons traditional thermal baths such as domed and marble baths and an outdoor swimming pool. The dome pool was awarded the German Steel Prize and offers a beautiful view of the spa park as well as free participation in water aerobics or aqua fitness offers. You can relax wonderfully in the marble bathroom with massage jets, bath grottos and floor jets. Outside, the pool with a pleasant 34 ° C offers a flow channel, neck shower and massage jets and a wonderful panorama thanks to Baden Castle in the background.
Friedrichsbad - Baden-Baden
The building, built in the Renaissance style, has been a landmark of Baden-Baden for more than 130 years. When it opened in 1977, it was considered the most modern bathhouse in Europe and has retained its charm and special atmosphere to this day. The old bathing tradition becomes a bathing experience thanks to the impressive fittings and hand-painted tiles (majolica). Seventeen coordinated stations ensure an extraordinary feel-good program in a historic bathing temple. You start under oversized shower heads, and then make yourself comfortable on comfortable wooden loungers in the warm or hot air room. The warm-up phase is followed by a soap brush massage and thermal steam baths, which warm the body even more before the first bath in the thermal pool (36 ° C) is taken. You continue in the whirlpool (34 ° C) and the round exercise pool (28 ° C) in the domed hall, and then briefly climb into the cool plunge pool (18 ° C). Pre-warmed towels ensure that the skin is dried off and the creams and care lotions provided provide the skin with moisture again. Finally, a cup of tea is taken in the relaxation and reading room to allow the relaxation to take effect.
Radon Revital Bad - Menzenschwand
This bath is in a unique location in the middle of the Black Forest. The Krunkelbachtal provides the thermal baths with two thermal springs, which on the one hand contain fluoride-containing and on the other hand radon-containing medicinal water. For rheumatic diseases and chronic pain, radon therapy in this bath has been successfully prescribed by the spa doctor for ten years. Indoor and outdoor pools, a sauna garden (Kelo block sauna, Finnish saunas), an infrared heat cabin, massage offers and the wonderful view of nature ensure rest and relaxation.
Vita Classica Therme - Bad Krozingen
Extensive bathing areas combined with modern design and an antique ambience. Six pools indoors and two outdoors, filled with mineral thermal water (between 29 ° C and 36 ° C), the high concentration of carbonic acid of which has a very relaxing effect, promotes regeneration and stimulates blood circulation, helping you relax and feel good. Daily sports activities, a fitness room and the large sunbathing area, as well as oases of calm, infrared cabin including brine oxygen and massage offers (hydrojet) complete the bathing pleasure.
Palais Thermal - Bad Wildbach
Kings and princes used this bathing temple a long time ago and its beauty has been preserved to this day. The pools offer 32 ° C to 38 ° C, a large outdoor pool and sunbathing areas, a large sauna area, ice fountains and numerous wellness treatments such as mocha peeling complete the offer. It is easy to dive into the Arab world in the Moorish Hall while enjoying coffee and cake.
Albtherme - Waldbronn
Regeneration by bathing in healing water. Swim or bathe in style in five pools and enjoy the large sauna area or relax on bubble loungers, under neck showers and spring faucets - that is what defines the health and wellness program at this thermal bath. The Dead Sea salt grotto is a complementary highlight, as are aromatic steam baths, Kneipp basins, infrared cabins and cozy relaxation rooms. The beauty area also attracts with numerous treatments and massages.
Solemar wellness and health center - Bad Dürrheim
Short vacation by the sea, that is what the Solemar-Therme in the middle of the Black Forest offers. This thermal bath has five stars and deserves it with 13 indoor and outdoor pools, a Dead Sea salt grotto and a large wellness center as well as the Black Forest sauna (mill wheel sauna or bakery), a barefoot path and herb garden. The brine water promotes health just like the panoramic view of the spa gardens. The relaxation area is entirely dedicated to salt mining and invites you to linger.
Therme Vierordtbad - Karlsruhe
Art, culture and wellness in the heart of a city - this thermal bath offers all of this. As a historical bath located in the heart of the fan-shaped city, it offers thermal water, a large sauna area and a great beauty institute for relaxation. Another highlight is the meditation courtyard, which has been installed since October 2017, with sunbathing areas, a fountain, and cold water and walk-through pools. The protection of monuments stipulated that historical walls be preserved, which give the area a special flair.
Aqualon Therme - Bad Säckingen
As the largest regional medical therapy center, the modern bathing facility has bubbling medicinal water (32 ° C) including bubble loungers and massage jets, a flow channel and a bubbling bay as well as a spacious sauna area as well as a fitness center and a wellness center. The Fridolin spring feeds the Japanese pavilion with 34 ° C warm water. A large pool and two natural swimming pools are available outside. The Japanese sauna village offers a Far Eastern flair with an Asa-Hi sauna including salt peeling, the Maiban herbal sauna and a Japanese tea room as well as a relaxation and meditation house and a Japanese garden with sunbathing areas. A salt stone, panorama and textile sauna can be found in the 3-way sauna house.
Balinea Thermen - Bad Bellingen
They are fantastically located in the spa gardens Balinea Thermal baths are popular with those looking for relaxation. The offer ranges from thermal baths in indoor and outdoor pools to saunas and wellness treatments. The thermal water of these thermal baths is particularly rich in mineral salt and carbon dioxide and is one of the healthiest in Germany.
Thermal baths Rotherma - Gaggenau-Bad Rotenfels
The red rock provides the healing thermal water for two indoor pools, a whirlpool and two outdoor pools. The existing sauna park was awarded the 5 star quality seal and invites you to take a sauna on around 6.000 m² and hourly themed infusions. A health studio for prevention and rehabilitation as well as spa treatments complete the offer.
Mineral thermal baths Bad Teinach - Bad Teinach
Puristic architecture, elegant structures, modern room layout and an exquisite color system invite you to relax. A mineral pool, a fire pool (39 ° C) as well as a sauna area and the healthy air of the Black Forest ensure plenty of well-being.
Siebentäler Therme - Bad Herrenalb
A pool area of almost 500 m² as well as outdoor pools, saunas, steam baths, solariums and a wellness oasis on 700 m² attracts many visitors. The local silver fir is used in packs, infusion additives or massage oils and supplemented with elderberry and goat milk from regional offerings. A wonderful panoramic view as well as the daily sound evening from 18.00 p.m. with sounds and plays of light round off the relaxation perfectly.