Of course! Pärnu’s spas are one of the most beloved components of a holiday in Pärnu. Pärnu is a resort town with long-standing traditions and experiences – Pärnu’s first bathing establishment opened its doors in 1838, where warm sea baths were offered during the summer and the joys of the sauna during the winter.The excellent location of the city, a flat sandy beach, fresh air, green parks, along with the clamour of city life and quality treatment and relaxation services, serve to guarantee the popularity of Pärnu’s resorts and spas.
Here you can let yourself be pampered year-round in different spas – water and sauna pleasures, mud treatments, massages, laser and paraffin treatment, salt chambers, and chocolate massages all offer a change of pace for your body and soul. The spas here allow you to enjoy exotic spa experiences as well as Estonian sauna rituals. And for the braver souls, the cold chamber with its –100 °C ‘embrace’ awaits you. All you have to do is choose the right Pärnu SPA, and your holiday can begin.
In 2019, Pärnu was chosen as the best health and wellness tourism destination in Estonia in the EDEN (European Destinations of Excellence) competition organized by the European Commission.
Every spa is unique and all visitors should be able to find their preferred experience.
Pärnu has a total of 9 different spas:
Awaiting you alongside modern city spas are the rural farm spas of Pärnu County. A hot Estonian sauna, along with honey procedures and traditional whisking, are offered at various tourism farms. You can try indulging yourself in a smoke sauna and a barrel sauna. For example, the Klaara-Manni Countrywoman’s Spa has been recognised with the EHE (Ehtne ja Huvitav Eesti – Genuine and Interesting Estonia) mark of quality.
PS! The biggest spa fans are invited to visit Pärnu in March, when Pärnu Spa Week will be taking place. Spa packages, spa rituals, accommodation, as well as lunches and dinners, are all being offered at a good price within the framework of the spa week.