Geibeltbad Pirna

The Geibeltbad Pirna is a swimming pool with an attached indoor pool in Pirna. It is in the southern suburb in Gottleubatal between cattle Leite and Kohlberg and operated by Stadtwerke Pirna.


The bath was built with funds from the Geibelt Foundation and completed on 20 June 1937. In 1950, the 62nd German Swimming Championships were held in Geibeltbad. In the years 2001 and 2002, the bathroom is renovated and has been extended, inter alia, an indoor pool and a spa area. On 27 October 2005, the Geibeltbad with the IOC / IAKS Award was in bronze, an international architecture prize for sports facilities of the International Olympic Committee (IOC ) and the International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities ( IAKS ) excellent. In 2006, the Geibeltbad counted 233 588 bathers.


Outdoor pool

The pool there is an 8 × 50 - m swimming pool ( 2,000 m³ ), a non-swimmer pool ( 250 m³) and a 10- m tower with 1 -meter and 3- meter diving boards and a 5 - m- stage, including dazugehörendem pool with 850 m³ capacity. It must ever find a children's pool in eastern and western part of the bath. On the former lawn a paddling pool and mud has been established. In paddling pool several small fountains can be found. All outdoor pools are heated.

The Geibeltbad features in the style of the 1930s built cabin areas that extend between old and new input fields. Furthermore, several playgrounds available, as well Gacetto, spider, climbing poles, table tennis and beach volleyball courts, two competition- oriented, where the end of August 2007, Sachsen Championships were held.

The outdoor area has a capacity of about 5,000 visitors. In hot periods in summer it can happen that up to 2,500 people reside in the bathroom.


The water park is also a swimming pool, spa and sauna. The swimming pool is 25 m long and has a 34 ° C water and 15 ° C warm pool. The wading pool has massage jets and neck radiator. There is also a steam room, which has the particularity to be centrally located and open in the bathroom. The special feature of the 100-m giant slide is that this is completely made of stainless steel and can be seen from the inside out. In other enclosed slides the closed, non- transparent tube can lead to claustrophobia.


There are Geibeltbad Pirna six different saunas: two classic saunas, all of whom also equal to 80 ° C to 100 ° C offer a Niedrigtemperatur-/Biosauna with 50 to 60 ° C, a heat chamber at 30 to 45 ° C and a Finnish Kelo sauna with 500 year old pine. There are two steam baths with 100 % humidity and 40 to 45 ° C and a brine inhalation with damp vapors and a temperature of 45 ° C. In the tepidarium, the heat rooms are with gullies and cold water basin and built-in rest rooms. Outside you will find in the open hall and sauna garden.


There are at the main entrance, a restaurant and a snack in the outdoor pool terrace, which both have a good view. The tepidarium is a vitamin drinks bar.



Paddling pool in the outdoor pool

Snack Terrace