Spas In Czech Republic: Teplice nad Bečvou
Recharge your batteries with energy from the depths of the Earth in Teplice nad Bečvou!
Not far from the historical Moravian city of Olomouc, the spa town of Teplice nad Bečvou occupies a landscape of woods and forests. For almost five centuries people have known about the beneficial properties of the local mineral-rich springs, and the excellent outcomes produced by local spa procedures are common knowledge. You can spend an undisturbed break interspersed with high-quality spa procedures and pampering sessions in the wellness centre, as well as heading deep underground to discover some wonderful dripstone caves.
As early as 1553 the lord of the local estate had a stone reservoir created, into which pipes diverted the most reliable mineral springs from the surrounding area. This mineral-rich water containing amounts of carbon dioxide is used today to treat issues with the circulatory system, cardiovascular disease, metabolism problems and muscular-skeletal complaints. Children are also brought here to treat diseases of the skin.
The best care for your health
At the spa in Teplice nad Bečvou you’ll be treated like royalty. The modern rehabilitation procedures and treatments produce high levels of success. The Moravan spa sanatorium offers every kind of facility and is surrounded by greenery overlooking the beautiful valley of the River Bečva. Young patients can use the Radost Children’s Clinic offering everything that youngsters need for a pleasant stay.
Heat, cold and salt
The spa offers much more than just tried-and-tested procedures. What about giving a wellness programme a go, with weight reduction and anti-cellulite procedures available? You can also spend time in the “polarium”, where extremely low temperatures (-110 to -160 oC) have a unique therapeutic effect. Fancy spending a few moments of tranquillity and calm, perfumed with potent scents and infused with relaxation? If so, then head to the Moravan wellness centre where you can enjoy a sauna, a tropical shower, a whirlpool bath and other great facilities. And don’t forget we have a salt cave that’s proven to have positive effects on human health. From June every year this spa town comes alive with summer promenade concerts, meaning you can enjoy some agreeable melodies in between sips of mineral water.
A mysterious subterranean world, sharp dripstone formations, magically green water and the amazing work of nature all around you – all this can be found at the well-known Zbrašovské aragonite caves, which you can visit from the spa. Nearby, be certain not to miss the Hranická Abyss, the deepest in the country at 289m. If architecture is more your thing, head for medieval Helfštýn Castle, which hosts an annual festival of artistic blacksmiths from around the world.
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