Enjoy safe, clear and sparkling water pools and spas to relax you to the
heavens. Spas have been traditional loved by the Polish. Poland spas and
water centers use geothermal water from spring and wells. As spas are
becoming popular day by day all over the world, Poland spas serve tourists
for geothermal curative and recreation services also. Baleno therapies and
bathing using the natural water is popular treatment in Poland spas.
Location of Spas
Spas are located mainly in South Poland, in Carpathian and Sudeten
Mountains and near the Baltic coast. Some of the most popular spas in Poland
are Krynica, Zegiestow and Piwniczna. Warsaw is developing as a world famous
rehabilitation center. Rabka at the foothills of Gorce, Polanica, Duszniki
and Kudowa in Ziemia Klodzka, Cieplice in Kotlina Jeleniogorska, Swieradow
in Gory Izerskie and Miedzyzdroje, Kamien Pomorski and Polczyn in Pomorze
are popular spas. In the plateau region, Inowroclaw in Kujawy and Ciechocink
are the biggest spas of Poland. Healing resort town containing health spas
and numerous springs and pools of healing waters: Jan, Jozef, Zdroj Glowny,
Tadeusz, Slowianka, Mieczyslaw, and Zuber.
Treatment and Therapies
Poland spas offer world class therapies and treatment to make you
comfortable. These spas are based on the natural mineral water deposits and
geothermal water springs. Specialist medical consultation, laboratory
diagnosis and several other modes of treatment are used in Poland spas.
Palintest kits are based on the world famous Palintest system of water
testing. Simple to use test equipment, and reagents in stable tablet form,
mean rapid reliable results can be obtained by all users - with or without
previous experience in water analysis.
Poland spas offers amenities in a different way. Experience of Poland spa
is so relaxing and stress buster. Forget about your woes and worries and
have the wonderful experience of Poland spas. The use of Baleno therapies
and using hot thermal spring water has strong roots in Poland since ancient
times. Nature has rewarded springs and rivers in Poland to have relaxing
effects. Polish spas not only have therapeutic use but they also cater to
those who are seeking for peace and quiet for resting.
The tradition of Polish health spas dates back to the 13th century. There
are 36 spas using underground waters for balneology and bathing. Eight of
them use 20-62 c geothermal water. Among them, eight spas. Deposits of
therapeutic mineral waters and therapeutic mud allow many disorders to be
treated in Poland. Cieplice Spa and Ladek Spa are two most popular spas.
Cieplice spa is one of the most famous and visited spas in the country. It
possesses the warmest curative waters in Poland. Its convenient location
makes it more popular. Ladek Spa also attracts numerous visitors.