Greece has a great tradition in health and wellbeing practices. The medical approach in ancient Greece, preserved intact in folk tradition, sees human as an indivisible ‘whole’; the soul, mind and body interact and health is considered a state of balance and good relations between the emotional world and the person’s natural state. Greek medical tradition is based on mild forms of therapy. Healing spas, a balanced diet, herbal therapies, hypnotherapy, relaxing massage are just some of the ‘secrets’ that have survived from deep antiquity up to the present day. Greece has over 800 medicinal spas, with various properties and uses. The composition of the water varies and makes each spa unique. Some waters are considered ideal for drinking, like those from Arcadian springs, which clearly have an analgesic and therapeutic action on stomach disorders. Other springs are considered excellent for skin conditions and chronic diseases of the bones and muscles, such as the springs in Aidipsos in Evia, Loutraki in the Peloponnese and Eleftheres in Kavala, and Pozar in Macedonia. The facilities here at these thermal springs include excellent amenities and constant medical supervision by trained staff that treats each case individually. Sea water also has unparalleled therapeutic properties. Thalassotherapy centres throughout Greece, usually a part of luxury hotel facilities, offer a unique experience of wellbeing and relaxation.
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Aidipsos is probably the most famous spa-town in Greece!
Aidipsos, thermal springs, the power of nature at the man’s service
The Kaiafas thermal springs are situated south of the Ilia prefecture.
The Kaiafas thermal springs are renowned since antiquity and include two springs, Anigrides Nymphes and Geranio or Atlantides Nymphes
Loutraki city is built in a location blessed by nature
Loutraki is a modern thermal city that successfully competes corresponding international resorts
Therma is a village with three of the principal hot springs on Ikaria.
Therma is the principal region on Ikaria for organized hydrotherapy with numerous hotels/guesthouses, restaurants and three active bath/spa facilities
Pozar, imagine yourself in a pool amidst precipice rocks, natural waterfalls and wild vegetation.
At the foot of Kaimaktsalan Mountain, the thermal baths facilities of Pózar