In Finland, the history of the sauna is long. Originally, Finnish saunas were ground pits covered with animal skin.
After World War II, electric and gas-fired stoves became more common to save wood. The Savotta sauna is built in an old smoke sauna, but is now heated by electricity, giving its guests a gentle steam.
Savottasauna, located on the shore of lake Päijänne.
In the embrace of lake Päijänne, Savotta-sauna is right by the water. Enjoy the cooling waves of the lake during the summer and experience the thrill of ice water swimming during winter.