The Seiser Alm holiday area in the Dolomites is a promise of Alpine health and happiness:
- Over 110 years of hay bath tradition
- The origins of the hay bath
- The Seiser Alm’s very own hay beauty-care line, all made from local hay
The hay bath
has its roots in the health resort of Fiè allo Sciliar/Völs am Schlern
, and looks back on a tradition of over 110 years. The hay bath was originally a farming tradition; the farmers who slept in the haylofts at nights during the haymaking season woke up in the mornings and realised that their tiredness from the previous day’s work was simply lifted from them.
If you would like to dedicate your holiday in the Dolomites to wellbeing in all its forms, you can relax in the hay all around the Seiser Alm. The healing herbs take their full effect when you begin to sweat. The hay bath hay, with numerous healing herbs
including thyme, arnica, cinquefoil and gentian, is cut exclusively from unfertilised meadows in the early morning or late evening in order to ensure that all the essential oils are preserved. And the Seiser Alm even has its very own hay beauty-care line: the Trehs products offer you health to take back home with you. An all-round health and beauty program
with hay baths, massages, saunas and beauty treatments is offered by the hotels which specialise in health and wellness in the Seiser Alm holiday area.