Relax in the Thermal Pools: Terme Olimia and Terme Topolsica

Razdalja do lokacije: 118 km

If you’re looking to unwind and relax, Slovenia is home to some of the best thermal spas in Europe. Two of the most popular are Terme Olimia and Terme Topolsica. Terme Olimia is located in the eastern part of Slovenia, near the town of Pod?etrtek, and offers a wide range of thermal pools, saunas, and wellness facilities. The pools are filled with mineral-rich water that is known for its healing properties and is perfect for soothing sore muscles and joints. There are also a variety of massage and beauty treatments available to help you fully unwind.

Terme Topolsica is located in the northwestern part of Slovenia, near the town of Topol?ica. The spa is set in a beautiful natural environment, surrounded by forests and mountains. The pools here are filled with thermal water that is rich in magnesium and calcium, perfect for relaxing and rejuvenating. The spa also offers a range of wellness treatments and activities, including yoga, tai chi, and meditation.

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