There is a classical Russian bath and a Roman Finnish sauna at Sonyachna Dolyna. Both have pools and resting rooms where dishes and drinks can be ordered. The main differences between the saunas are:
- The vapors are very humid (70%), and the temperature is low. Because of the high level of humidity, the heat comes from the low influence of the air. The thermal conductivity of humid air is much higher than of the dry air.
- There are several activities in this sauna the performance of which will have positive effects on your health.
- The ventilation maintains the contrast between the inner and outer pressure of air.
The Roman Finnish Sauna
The sauna is designed in marble and heating system in the resting space. The vapors are very humid and they create an effect of inhalation which is very beneficial for the respiratory organs.
The vapors are dry and the humidity respectively low (up to 15%). The general temperature is 90°C to 150°C. The sauna is very simple in usage. There is no need to walk and sprinkle the stones. All you need to do is just to relax. The inner and outer air presure is the same, which is the main distionction between the two saunas.
There are no special activities in this sauna. Sauna brooms aren’t used because of the high temperature.