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Treatment duration: 40 Min.
The north coasts of Europe
One example is the shelduck, which actually breeds here in Austria. One of our special birds even flew non-stop from the Seewinkel to Hamburg. The Lake Neusiedl region is an important resting place for migrating birds. Numerous species from the far north come here to rest and recharge their batteries.
Salt habitats are also characteristic elements of the Lake Neusiedl region, where you will find salt vegetation from distant coastal areas. The throwbacks to the Ice Age are another special feature. These could only survive selectively in permanently cool places, such as the Zitzmannsdorf meadows. One example is the tundra vole.
Our Northern-inspired treatments are based on the elements of salt and water and bear the mark of the sea.
The Central Asian steppe
It forms part of the East European steppe ecoregion, which continues on to Asia. The lowest point of Austria, at 114m above sea level, can be found here too. There are numerous native species here that are closely protected and need open land. Examples include the field eryngo (an umbelliferous plant) and the European ground squirrel (a rodent). The flat steppe landscape enjoys intense sunlight as there are no hills to block out the light.
Our Eastern-inspired treatments are based on honey, moorland and warmth and bear the mark of the sun.
The Mediterranean region
This region is often home to warmth-loving species from the Mediterranean that are at the northernmost reaches of their range. The splendidly coloured wasp spider, for example, is a typical resident of southern Europe but can also be found here in the Seewinkel. Various grasshopper and cicada species provide a typical Mediterranean soundtrack. Some bird species such as the lapwing also spend the winter in southern Europe, around the Mediterranean.
Our Southern-inspired treatments are based on rosemary, grape and lavender and bear the mark of the lavender.
This is why the region is also influenced by the nearby Alps in terms of climate, and why you will find certain species here. Alpine bird species such as the common raven or the brambling come to the Seewinkel to find food, particularly in winter. That said, species such as the viviparous lizard or Veratrum album, which actually do not belong in the lowlands, can also be found here in this unique region.
Our Western-inspired treatments are based on berries, herbs and oxygen and bear the mark of the mountains.
The perfect treatment. Your skin is cleansed, detoxed, remineralised and refreshed with the Seewinkel organic algae mask.
From a light, cooling body treatment with moisturising organic aloe vera, to refreshing aromatherapy and a relaxing scalp massage. This revitalising treatment noticeably eases tension and clears the mind.
TREAT YOUR BACK
To improve mobility of the spine and head, while also reducing tension in the muscles. Knots and blockages all the way down to the deep layers of the back and leg muscles are located and worked in order to ease them.
HEAD, NECK AND SHOULDER MASSAGE
This massage targets key areas of tension with aromatherapy and acupressure in order to clear your mind, promote relaxation and ease knots.
Give your feet undivided attention. Your foot pampering session will involve an invigorating bath, an expert pedicure and application of moisturiser.
The harsh steppe climate requires special care. Treat your hands to some very special care with a hand bath, exfoliation and a fabulous manicure.