Kaste tee 1, Eametsa küla, Tori vald, Pärnu maakond
The sauna of the complex is unique all over the world. The sauna is built in a real kakuam boat, the production of which started in the Republic of Estonia in the late 1930s. Fishermen first tried fishing with a kakuam in the Bay of Pärnu in 1939. Although the golden age of kakuam fishing is over, this method is still used today.
Most of the sauna details come from old ships. The sauna has room for 14 people and the steam room can seat up to four people. The sauna is located by the pond, where you can jump in an ice hole in winter.
The kakuam sauna is also perfect for team events and celebrations.
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Turn to Kaste Road from Saugamõisa Road. There is a sign along Saugamõisa Road that indicates the accommodation and a sauna at the Fishing Village Boat House.