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Sauna Society – Beach Sauna

Discover the ancient art of wood fired sauna at our beachside venue overlooking St. Catherine's Breakwater and beyond. Immerse yourself in hot/cold therapy, taking dips in the sea during your session. Each booking lasts 1 hour - book in using our website for a private or communal slot.

Price: £15 - £90

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Immerse yourself in our beautifully handcrafted Wildhut sauna, seating up to 8 people and with blistering views of the ocean through our panoramic window.

At Sauna Society, we are committed to enhancing your well-being on multiple levels. The transformative power of sauna bathing offers a multitude of benefits, including detoxification, improved cardiovascular health, stress reduction, and enhanced mental clarity.

Elevate your session to unparalleled heights with our invigorating cold plunge and cold shower or by taking a quick dip in the sea in-between rounds.

Opening Information

We are open all year round.

Monday: open
Tuesday: open
Wednesday: open
Thursday: open
Friday: open
Saturday: open
Sunday: open
Key Features
  • Outdoor
  • Family friendly
  • Couples


St. Catherine's Breakwater
Route de Ste Catherine
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St. Catherine’s Bay

St. Catherine's Breakwater and Bay are most popular with both novice and skilled sailors, canoeists and anglers, it is home to St. Catherine's Sailing Club and the Jersey Canoe Club. Originally planned as a harbour for the Royal Navy to counter the threat of a French invasion, the breakwater was started in 1847 but shallow water halted their plans.

Free entry Free for children