If you're searching for the ultimate serene and relaxing retreat, look no further. Norway is now home to the world's largest sauna-at least according the creators-and it's quite the hot property. (See what we did there?)
The timber A-frame structure was built as a part of SALT, the country's arctic arts and music festival, which is held on the isolated island of Sandhornøya. The setting for the annual fest is part arctic beach, part mountain range, making for a truly tranquil experience.
One can take in the incredible views through floor-to-ceiling windows at the front of the sauna, which has been named Agora. Inside, cascading seats provide ample space for up to 120 people. If all that relaxing has you feeling parched, the space is also outfitted with a bar.
The sauna is open every Saturday from 12pm to 6pm through September 1, so you have until then to sweat it out in style.