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Tonstad pool

The Tonstad Bath was opened in January 2012 and can boast with modern facilities. There are two separate pools, one for swimming and one for relaxing.

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The bath consists of two sections. A swimming pool whit the dimensions 12,5 m x 8m, which holds a temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. This pool is divided into four lanes and there are also diving boards (normal level and 3 meter). There is also a sauna and steam bath in this section. The second section has a pool with a current stream, paddling pool, learner’s area and a Jacuzzi. This pool holds a temperature of 34 degrees.

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Tonstad pool

The bath consists of two sections. A swimming pool whit the dimensions 12,5 m x 8m, which holds a temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. This pool is...

Tonstad pool

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