Wellness & Sauna in Stuttgart - Part 3

This is part 3 of our series of 4 - read more about the public saunas/mineral baths.

Following our Blog Post Part #2 of this series – public saunas in Stuttgart area – here are more places to go to during the cold season.

Fildorado (also adventure pool), Schwabenquellen and Mineraltherme Böblingen are housing the biggest wellness & sauna areas. All of them are great to relax and unwind!

Fildorado (Mahlestraße 50, 70794 Filderstadt)

The Fildorado offers everything around the element of water and wellness. The adventure pool includes a sports pool, a thermal pool (93 °F) with an outdoor area, a wave pool, a flow channel and two slides which are over 100 m long, and a unique ski jump slide. In addition there is a huge sauna area of around 6,000 m² with eight different saunas and three steam baths as well as exquisite relaxation rooms. There is also a garden, where you can relax outdoors and enjoy wellness outside.

Here is a plan of the whole area, which is quite big. https://www.fildorado.de/wellness-spa/uebersichtsplan.html

In the Fildorado can also book wellness treatments: The team of the "Massagewerk" provides special wellness & cosmetic experiences. Here is a link to the offers: https://www.fildorado.de/files/content/Downloads/Flyer_Massagewerk_September_2018.pdf

WEBSITE: https://www.fildorado.de/

Mineraltherme Böblingen. (Am Hexenbuckel 1, 71032 Böblingen)

In Böblingen you will encounter warm thermal water (87-98°F) in six relaxation pools with lots of bubble loungers, massage jets and neck showers. In addition to regular water aerobics, the Mineraltherme offers a variety of free health and fitness courses throughout the year, such as back school, AquaForm, AquaWalking or spine relaxation.

When you want to relax in the sauna area, you can choose between the Classic Sauna and the “Saunagarden”. The Classic Sauna - which is already included in the basic price - offers a “SinnBad” with ethereal vapors, atmospheric lights and relaxing music, two Finnish saunas, a herbal sauna, a soft sauna and a Roman steam bath.

In the 1400 m² sauna garden, six other themed saunas and a spacious sauna pool invite you to linger and enjoy. Here is a link to all the different saunas:


The Wellness and Massage area Mimaris offers a wide range of soothing, healthy and nourishing treatments and in the Vitalia, the sauna bistro, as well as in the restaurant Thermini you have food and drinks. Here is a list what treatments are offered: https://www.mineraltherme-boeblingen.de/start/Massage/Massagen.html

In the Mineraltherme there are regular special events which are worth to be visit: e.g. the long pool night (every first Friday in the month) where you can swim and relax with torches, candles and lamps until midnight.

Children: allowed from 5 years on, but between 5 and 12 only with an adult.

WEBSITE: https://www.mineraltherme-boeblingen.de/start

 Schwabenquellen” (Plieninger Str. 100, 70567 Stuttgart)

Here you can enjoy an exotic wellness world tour through 18 country and cultural circles on an area of over 7000 m².  The Schwabenquellen offer every day a fine variety of different sauna cultures with daily over 30 experience infusion ceremonies, refreshing bathing lagoons, fantastically beautiful relaxation areas, whirlpools, steam baths, sensory showers and much more.

There are also wellness treatments, which you can book.

When it gets warmer & in summer you can also spend wonderful hours at KANTO BEACH or dream on comfortable four-poster beds with chilly music and a deliciously refreshing drink from the KANTO BEACH BAR.

Here is the link to the English booklet: https://schwabenquellen.de/_upl/de/_d-upl/Booklet_in_English-1.pdf

Children: allowed from 6 years on, but between 6 and 12 only with an adult!

WEBSITE: https://schwabenquellen.de/de


In the next days we will post the last part of our series – how to visit a sauna – rules and more.

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November 2019 Dr. Christine Krämer
This blog post is a personal recommendation and based on personal experience. It has been prepared with the greatest possible care and does not claim to be correct, complete or up-to-date.“ Picture credit: Pixaby

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