Travel to take care of health. Hot springs of thermal in Europe - Many Useful

Travel to take care of health. Hot springs of thermal in Europe

Anyone who has never soaked in a pool of thermal water should experience this sensation at least once in their life. We made sure there was nothing more relaxing. And if the surrounding landscape is appealing or if we are traveling to a new place, even better.


If you are an adept of health tourism, you have probably heard of these places. They are hot springs or springs of thermal water spread by several countries of Europe. From the super-crowded Blue Lagoon in Iceland to the little-known Bains de Dorres in France, there is a world to discover as far as thermal destinations on the “old continent” are concerned.

We have selected 15 destinations that promise to fulfill the different desires of travelers, mountains, islands, beaches, cities or countryside – immerse yourself in this trip.

Source: Sapo Viagens

Dona Beija, Azores, Portugal

It is one of the many hot springs of the Azores and it was named after the Brazilian telenovela of the same name. Also known as “Puddle of Youth”, “Water Well” or “Puddle of Paradise”. Photo: DR

Blue Lagoon, Iceland

It is one of Iceland’s best-known attractions. Disregard anyone who thinks it is a natural lagoon, it is a pool of geothermal water created by man. Photo: Moyan Brenn / Flickr

Laugarvatn Fontana, Iceland

If you want to escape the crowed Blue Lagoon, you can experience this spa 77 kilometers from Reykjavik, fed by geothermal water from Lake Laugarvatn. Photo: Fellowship of the Rich

Thermae Bath Spa, England

It is the only spring of thermal water of England and has been used since the time of the Celts. Today it is possible to relax overlooking the city that became famous because of its Roman baths – which are also open for visitors. Photo: DR

Termas széchenyi, Budapest, Hungary

Known as the City of Spas, many of the Turkish baths of the 16th and 17th centuries are still open today. One of the “must-see” tours in the Hungarian capital. Photo: Simon Lee / Flickr

Lake Heviz, Hungary

It is the second largest thermal lake the world and the healing effects of its waters are sought after by visitors in winter and summer. Photo: Heather Cowper / Flickr

Bain de Dorres, Pyrenees, France

An alternative to the great thermal centers of France, this small spa has fantastic views. Photo: DR

Terme di Saturnia, Tuscany, Italy

In the idyllic landscape of Tuscany, you will find one of the most famous thermal springs in Italy. Photo: Thoe K / Flickr

Pamukkale, Turkey

These terraces of hot springs have been used for centuries to heal physical maladies. Photo: Son of Groucho / Flickr

Aqua Dome, Austria

More a dream destination for those who want to soak in geothermal water pools overlooking the mountains. Photo: DR

Banos Arabes, Granada, Spain

For an experience of opulence and luxury, these Arab baths carry us to the height of the Moorish culture in Spain. Photo: DR

Rogner Bad Blumau, Austria

This thermal spa surprises by the different and colorful architecture. A work of the Austrian architects Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Photo: Enrico Carcasci / Flickr

Palia Kameni, Santorini, Greece

If you dream of getting to know the island of Santorini, know that you can find there these natural pools known for the therapeutic properties of its sulfuric mud. They are only accessible by boat. Phto: Cha già José / Flickr

Pantelleria, Italy

This small volcanic island in the Strait of Sicily houses natural pools with waters that help to heal arthritis and rheumatism. Photo: bisi / Flickr

Therme Vals, Switzerland

thermalThese spas are for those looking for minimalist luxury overlooking the Alps. Photo: fcamusd / Flickr

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