Spa & Health Tourism

Spa & Health Tourism In Greece
Agios Giannis Hot Springs (Lisvori Village)

These therapeutic springs are ideal for anyone who wants to ease their muscles and enjoy a wonderful locale. Lesvos’ many hot springs puts the island on the map when it comes to alternative tourism, and the Agios Giannis hot springs contain many beneficial minerals.

Church of Ioannis Prodromos, Kirra

In Kirra, there is the small church of Ioannis Prodromos (or John the Baptist) is well known for its thermal spring or ‘Agioneri’ which is said to help alleviate stomach problems.

Eftalou Hot Springs (Molyvo Town)

When you explore this beautiful medieval village and its enchanting castle and artsy ateliers, stop by the hot springs. Their temperature, ranging from 43-46˚C, is ideal for many ailments as well. These springs are popular and a vibrant part of tourism in Lesvos.

Hot Springs of Lefkada, Glaredo

Near the village of Glaredo a few kilometres west of Agios Kyrikos lie the thermal springs of Thero and Hilio-Thermo. The municipality has used large boulders to section off the coastal springs from the sea, creating a natural pool overlooking the waves. The characteristic red-coloured sand contains properties which treat and cure several different dermatological conditions. Access to the springs is free and easy, either on foot, by bicycle, or with a vehicle, thanks to the paved road which runs just above it from Agios Kyrikos.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy

Headed by the esteemed Dr. Vithoulkas who has won awards for his dedication to homeopathy, the academy is housed in a lovely traditional building and trains students to become competent homeopaths in line with the principles of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann.

Kamena Vourla

The coastal town of Kamena Vourla also offers a resort where spring waters that are said to heal a variety of ailments such as arthritis, rheumatism, gout, spondylitis, neuritis, lumbago, sciatica and more. The resort is managed by Mitsis Hotels, offering hydrotherapy and balneotherapy, as well as luxury spa facilities in the hotel (+30 22350 22245).

Kirtoni

In Kirtoni not far from the tower of Kolaka there is the ancient fountain of Kamini. Nearby in Kaminaki there is a rock with religious significance, with springs that release healing waters.

Loutra (baths) of Irea

The Loutra (baths) of the village of Irea near ancient Irea and the municipality by the same name has become an important healing centre. Hot springs with sulphurous waters here have been known to treat ailments like rheumatism, arthritis, liver problems, circulatory ailments, nervous-system disorders, gynaecological problems and many others. There is also a hydrotherapeutic centre at the village open from mid june to mid October, with luxury-level baths and cabins, including hydromassage facilities. To reach the area head there from Dimitsana and Ilia through the Pyrgos-Tripoli highway, via Ladonas bridge near Charitzinou. You will find the village 12 kilometers southwest of Paloumba.

Loutropoli Thermis Hot Mineral Springs (Therma Village)

These mineral springs will astound you with their calming effects and wonderful infrastructure. They date back centuries, so you can combine your therapeutic dip with a look back in history. Admire the building as you rest, and enjoy the high quality mineral springs.

Municipal Thermal Baths

Eighty-four individual spas along with large interior and exterior pools are housed in the newly built complex of Aidipsos’ public baths. Special customized treatments targeting the neck and limbs are also available as well as a movement therapy pool and gym.

Natural Mineral Springs at Agistro

Near the Promachonas border with Bulgaria, this is the oldest hamam in Greece, built in 950 AD. Hugely atmospheric, it is set amid wild landscape known for its honey and trout. The water temperature is 40.5 degrees, said to cure arthritis and dermatological ailments.

Oskla Anogeio

Located in the village of Anogeio within the eponymous district.

Pighi Spa and hot Springs, Siderokastro

Located 6 kms from Siderokastro and 25 km north of Serres, this spa is divided in 3 parts with two hamams from the Byzantine era for men and women, as well as hydrotherapy rooms and private baths. The water is a steady 45 degrees. Spa hotel available.

Platystomo

In a verdant area not far from the town of Makrakomi and near the remains of ancient Fthia, the spa and springs at Platystomo are said to help relieve uric acid certain kinds of kidney stones (calcium oxalate, but not calcium phosphate), as well as gallstones and gallbladder problems. They are also good for arthritis, nutritional ailments and digestive problems such as colitis, hyperchloridia and constipation caused by bile deficiency.

Polichnitos Thermal Springs (Polichnitos Village)

If you want to experience a one-of-a-kind thermal dip, Polichnitos Thermal Springs are the ideal place. They boast the hottest temperatures in Europe for thermal springs and are chlorinated to optimal levels of radioactivity. You’ll also love their rustic local and stone-built infrastructure.

Preveza beach (Kyani akti)

Here there are springs located at the north end of the beach just outside the city of Preveza.

Springs of Gouvas (Lourou)

In the small village of Gouvas within the Louros district, you’ll find two springs, though only one is still operating.

Springs of Sambali

Located in the village of Gorgomylo in the district of Anogeio.

Springs of Yeroplatanou

These springs are Located in the village of Gorgomylo in the district of Anogeio.

Therma Springs, Gulf of Gera (Mytilini village)

With temperatures stable at around 40˚C, these hot springs contain many therapeutic minerals that help with a variety of ailments. Enjoy the wonderful scenery and the close proximity to the island’s capital as it’s an extra incentive to put these springs on your itinerary.

Therma, outside Nigrita

The water of Therma is famed throughout Greece for its medicinal qualities. The onsite spa is open from July through October and private baths are available for the therapy of rheumatism, arthritis, back problems, lumbago and dermatological problems.

Thermal Springs

Thermal springs are located outside the seaside town of Kymi along Evia’s Aegean coastline. The first is run by the municipality and is cool for spring standards, with water temperatures hovering around 14 º Celsius. This spring is recommended for bathers suffering from kidney disorders. The second is used exclusively for bottling and is not open for bathing. Both are located at an altitude of 180 m.

Thermal Springs of Asklipios – Agios Kyrikos

The public Hydrotherapy centre of Asklipios is located within Ikaria’s capital city of Agios Kyrikos, next to the police station. All four hydrotherapy centres have been completely remodeled and represent some of the country’s most modern thermal spring treatment centres. Fully equipped with ramps, the springs are accessible to all visitors. Well-trained personnel can be found at each centre, offering their expertise and assistance to address any need which may arise.

Thermal Springs Spilaio, Therma

The public spring is located inside a natural cave on the beach of Therma, right next to the marina.

Thermal Springs, Loutraki

The waters here are famous for their curative properties, and the hot springs under the Mediterranean sky will relax and amaze you at the same time.

Thermes beach

Thermes beach is a popular destination for the locals who enjoy soaking in the warm thermal springs that bubble into the sea from the mountain. The landscape is breathtaking as well, so combine a therapeutic swim with views of a dramatically rugged shoreline.

Thermopyles

Also known as Thermopylae, these historic mineral springs and waterfalls are said to alleviate rheumatoid arthritis, gynaecological disorders, neurological ailments, respiratory problems including bronchitis, emphysema and asthma.

Ypati

This town is a health resort in itself and has a spa centre, with guests staying in surrounding hotels. The area is very natural and green, while the spa waters are said to cure coronary ailments, vascular disorders, phlebitis, heart problems, eczema, dermatitis, arthritis, muscle atrophy and more.

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No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
Loutra (baths) of Irea

The Loutra (baths) of the village of Irea near ancient Irea and the municipality by the same name has become an important healing centre. Hot springs with sulphurous waters here have been known to treat ailments like rheumatism, arthritis, liver problems, circulatory ailments, nervous-system disorders, gynaecological problems and many others. There is also a hydrotherapeutic centre at the village open from mid june to mid October, with luxury-level baths and cabins, including hydromassage facilities. To reach the area head there from Dimitsana and Ilia through the Pyrgos-Tripoli highway, via Ladonas bridge near Charitzinou. You will find the village 12 kilometers southwest of Paloumba.

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Church of Ioannis Prodromos, Kirra

In Kirra, there is the small church of Ioannis Prodromos (or John the Baptist) is well known for its thermal spring or ‘Agioneri’ which is said to help alleviate stomach problems.

Kamena Vourla

The coastal town of Kamena Vourla also offers a resort where spring waters that are said to heal a variety of ailments such as arthritis, rheumatism, gout, spondylitis, neuritis, lumbago, sciatica and more. The resort is managed by Mitsis Hotels, offering hydrotherapy and balneotherapy, as well as luxury spa facilities in the hotel (+30 22350 22245).

Kirtoni

In Kirtoni not far from the tower of Kolaka there is the ancient fountain of Kamini. Nearby in Kaminaki there is a rock with religious significance, with springs that release healing waters.

Platystomo

In a verdant area not far from the town of Makrakomi and near the remains of ancient Fthia, the spa and springs at Platystomo are said to help relieve uric acid certain kinds of kidney stones (calcium oxalate, but not calcium phosphate), as well as gallstones and gallbladder problems. They are also good for arthritis, nutritional ailments and digestive problems such as colitis, hyperchloridia and constipation caused by bile deficiency.

Thermopyles

Also known as Thermopylae, these historic mineral springs and waterfalls are said to alleviate rheumatoid arthritis, gynaecological disorders, neurological ailments, respiratory problems including bronchitis, emphysema and asthma.

Ypati

This town is a health resort in itself and has a spa centre, with guests staying in surrounding hotels. The area is very natural and green, while the spa waters are said to cure coronary ailments, vascular disorders, phlebitis, heart problems, eczema, dermatitis, arthritis, muscle atrophy and more.

No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
Thermes beach

Thermes beach is a popular destination for the locals who enjoy soaking in the warm thermal springs that bubble into the sea from the mountain. The landscape is breathtaking as well, so combine a therapeutic swim with views of a dramatically rugged shoreline.

Oskla Anogeio

Located in the village of Anogeio within the eponymous district.

Preveza beach (Kyani akti)

Here there are springs located at the north end of the beach just outside the city of Preveza.

Springs of Gouvas (Lourou)

In the small village of Gouvas within the Louros district, you’ll find two springs, though only one is still operating.

Springs of Sambali

Located in the village of Gorgomylo in the district of Anogeio.

Springs of Yeroplatanou

These springs are Located in the village of Gorgomylo in the district of Anogeio.

Municipal Thermal Baths

Eighty-four individual spas along with large interior and exterior pools are housed in the newly built complex of Aidipsos’ public baths. Special customized treatments targeting the neck and limbs are also available as well as a movement therapy pool and gym.

Thermal Springs

Thermal springs are located outside the seaside town of Kymi along Evia’s Aegean coastline. The first is run by the municipality and is cool for spring standards, with water temperatures hovering around 14 º Celsius. This spring is recommended for bathers suffering from kidney disorders. The second is used exclusively for bottling and is not open for bathing. Both are located at an altitude of 180 m.

No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
Hot Springs of Lefkada, Glaredo

Near the village of Glaredo a few kilometres west of Agios Kyrikos lie the thermal springs of Thero and Hilio-Thermo. The municipality has used large boulders to section off the coastal springs from the sea, creating a natural pool overlooking the waves. The characteristic red-coloured sand contains properties which treat and cure several different dermatological conditions. Access to the springs is free and easy, either on foot, by bicycle, or with a vehicle, thanks to the paved road which runs just above it from Agios Kyrikos.

Thermal Springs of Asklipios – Agios Kyrikos

The public Hydrotherapy centre of Asklipios is located within Ikaria’s capital city of Agios Kyrikos, next to the police station. All four hydrotherapy centres have been completely remodeled and represent some of the country’s most modern thermal spring treatment centres. Fully equipped with ramps, the springs are accessible to all visitors. Well-trained personnel can be found at each centre, offering their expertise and assistance to address any need which may arise.

Thermal Springs Spilaio, Therma

The public spring is located inside a natural cave on the beach of Therma, right next to the marina.

No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
Thermal Springs, Loutraki

The waters here are famous for their curative properties, and the hot springs under the Mediterranean sky will relax and amaze you at the same time.

No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
Agios Giannis Hot Springs (Lisvori Village)

These therapeutic springs are ideal for anyone who wants to ease their muscles and enjoy a wonderful locale. Lesvos’ many hot springs puts the island on the map when it comes to alternative tourism, and the Agios Giannis hot springs contain many beneficial minerals.

Eftalou Hot Springs (Molyvo Town)

When you explore this beautiful medieval village and its enchanting castle and artsy ateliers, stop by the hot springs. Their temperature, ranging from 43-46˚C, is ideal for many ailments as well. These springs are popular and a vibrant part of tourism in Lesvos.

Loutropoli Thermis Hot Mineral Springs (Therma Village)

These mineral springs will astound you with their calming effects and wonderful infrastructure. They date back centuries, so you can combine your therapeutic dip with a look back in history. Admire the building as you rest, and enjoy the high quality mineral springs.

Polichnitos Thermal Springs (Polichnitos Village)

If you want to experience a one-of-a-kind thermal dip, Polichnitos Thermal Springs are the ideal place. They boast the hottest temperatures in Europe for thermal springs and are chlorinated to optimal levels of radioactivity. You’ll also love their rustic local and stone-built infrastructure.

Therma Springs, Gulf of Gera (Mytilini village)

With temperatures stable at around 40˚C, these hot springs contain many therapeutic minerals that help with a variety of ailments. Enjoy the wonderful scenery and the close proximity to the island’s capital as it’s an extra incentive to put these springs on your itinerary.

Natural Mineral Springs at Agistro

Near the Promachonas border with Bulgaria, this is the oldest hamam in Greece, built in 950 AD. Hugely atmospheric, it is set amid wild landscape known for its honey and trout. The water temperature is 40.5 degrees, said to cure arthritis and dermatological ailments.

Pighi Spa and hot Springs, Siderokastro

Located 6 kms from Siderokastro and 25 km north of Serres, this spa is divided in 3 parts with two hamams from the Byzantine era for men and women, as well as hydrotherapy rooms and private baths. The water is a steady 45 degrees. Spa hotel available.

Therma, outside Nigrita

The water of Therma is famed throughout Greece for its medicinal qualities. The onsite spa is open from July through October and private baths are available for the therapy of rheumatism, arthritis, back problems, lumbago and dermatological problems.

No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.
International Academy of Classical Homeopathy

Headed by the esteemed Dr. Vithoulkas who has won awards for his dedication to homeopathy, the academy is housed in a lovely traditional building and trains students to become competent homeopaths in line with the principles of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann.

No Spa & Health Tourism Found In This Destination. Please Check Other Destinations.