Helsinki-Swimming and Saunas
The oldest public swimming hall in Finland with Classical architecture and Roman-style baths (separate times for men and women).
Located nearby the center of Helsinki, the Uunisaari Islands offer a relaxing seaside atmosphere with a supervised beach, sauna facilities and a short boat ride from the mainland. Also a picturesque venue to throw a party or a wedding.
Outdoor swimming area consisting of four different pools: 50-metre pool, diving pool, children’s pool, wading pool.
Serena Water Park has terraced pools, massaging whirlpools, waterslides and a unique sauna section carved from the bedrock.
Sauna Arla was founded in 1929, and has a long tradition in public saunas in Helsinki. The sauna is heated by natural gas and wood.
Pihlajasaari Island is a versatile outdoor recreation area. It has few old villas set amongst rocks, wooded areas, groves and beaches. Varying terrain, good location and services have made Pihlajasaari the most popular summer island in Helsinki. Sun worshipers are attracted by Pihlajasaari’s sandy beaches, there is also a naturist beach. Also cooking shelters, boat […]
Munkkiniemi beach includes a supervisory staff.
Mäkelänrinne Swimming Hall has 50 metre pool, diving pool, 10 m diving boards, children’s pool, teaching pool, cold-water pools, solarium, and massage.
Kumpula Outdoor Swimming Pool was built for the Olympics 1952 and it is the third oldest outdoor swimming pool with tracks. The main pool is 25 m, and the venue includes children’s pool, wading pool, and a diving pool.