Thermal centers in Slovenia
Since the Romanian era, Slovenia has been well-known for its therapeutic thermal and mineral springs.
Slovenia has about 130 spas and wellness areas, but more than 70 are natural hot springs. This country is known for its hot springs and their benefits. Built-in 1624, the Dobrna Thermal Centre is the oldest establishment still in operation. In the east of the country, the thermal baths of Čatež are the largest establishment in Slovenia, and it offers a multitude of offers on its 12,000m² of infrastructure. The Moravske Toplice 3000 thermal center also offers an aquatic center, hotels, campsites, and a golf course. The village of Lendava is known for its hot spring and its benefits for the skin and rheumatism. On the shores of the Mediterranean coast, the thalasso center of Strunjan will allow you to enjoy an exceptional climate and its surroundings.