Best Thermal Holiday Places
You want to relax and take care of yourself during your vacation and Look forward to a relaxing and restful holiday, discover the best thermal destinations and enjoy an unforgettable holiday in the most beautiful destinations in Europe?
Pamukkale, meaning 'cotton castle' in Turkish, is a natural place in Denizli province in southwestern Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. It is located in the Inner Aegean region of Turkey, in the Menderes Valley River, where temperate climate prevails for most of the year. Tourism is and has been a large industry. People have been bathing in the baths for thousands of years.
Szechenyi Thermal Bath, Budapest - Hungary:
Szechenyi Thermal Bath and Pools is a mixed bath complex, located in the city park in Budapest. All 18 swimming pools (thermal baths, steam baths, plunge pools, fitness bath, etc.) are for both men and women, as well as for children from 14 years old. The ancient geothermal medicinal bath is the most popular bathing palace in the city of Budapest, Hungary.
Aix-les-Bains Riviera of the Alps, France:
The best of nature for your well-being. Reconnect with yourself; go back to your natural rhythm ... a general well-being in which body and mind are in harmony. In Aix les Bains Riviera des Alpes, the natural medicine and the sulfur-rich water combine for a real regeneration.
Thermae Bath Spa, Bath - UK:
In the heart of the city, Thermae Bath Spa is an award-winning natural spa where you can now bathe in Britain's only naturally warm, mineral-rich water, as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago.
During the day and at night, relax in the indoor Minerva Bath and the rooftop outdoor pool with spectacular views over the city of Bath. Plus, you can refresh your senses in the aroma steam rooms and choose from over 40 spa treatments and packages. Thermae Bath Spa is the perfect place for a spa getaway while visiting Bath!
There are no membership or membership fees at Thermae Bath Spa and you can simply opt for a 2-hour spa session at New Royal Bath. A spa session gives full use of the indoor Minerva Bath, the rooftop outdoor pool, aroma steam rooms and access to the Springs Café & Restaurant.
Moorish bath, Seville - Spain:
Take a dip in one of the most beautiful places in Seville. An old Moorish bath, restored in the 16th century, whose spa will fascinate you. One of the most special places not to be missed when visiting Seville is the Moorish Hammam Aire de Sevilla, located in the center of the Santa Cruz district and which we could describe as an oasis in the heart of Seville.
Cave Bath, Miskolc - Hungary:
The cave bath is a thermal bath in a natural cave in Miskolctapolca, which is part of the town of Miskolc, Hungary, another cave bath is only in Sklene Teplice, Slovakia. The thermal water (temperature: 30 ° C / 86 ° F) is known to reduce joint pain, and because it has a lower salt content than most thermal waters, people can bathe in it for much longer, practically unlimited. The cave bath can be visited all year round, except in January.
The Blue Lagoon, Iceland:
The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwest Iceland, 39 km from the capital Reykjavík, about 20 minutes drive from the airport and 50 minutes drive from Reykjavík. The warm water is rich in minerals such as silica and sulfur, and bathing in the Blue Lagoon has been known to help some people who suffer from skin conditions such as psoriasis. The water temperature in the lagoon swimming and swimming area averages 37–39 ° C. The Blue Lagoon also has a research and development facility to help find treatments for other skin conditions using mineral-rich water.
Terme di Saturnia, Italy:
The Terme di Saturnia are a group of springs in the municipality of Manciano, a few kilometers from the village of Saturnia. The springs that feed the baths, which are located in the southeastern valley, cover a vast area stretching from Mount Amiata and the hills of the rivers Fiora and Albegna to the Maremma grossetana near Roselle and Talamone. A legend, according to the Etruscans and Romans, was that the Terme di Saturnia was formed by lightning bolts thrown by Jupiter. During a violent feud between the two mythological deities, the bolts that had been thrown at Saturn had gone missing, creating the formations.