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Aquaterm Spa, Olovo

It is interesting that mineral water from Olovo area was used in 1982. for the first time, although it was known much earlier. Even the Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric in his short story “Cudo u Olovu” (The Miracle in the Lead) noted the importance of Olovo’s water. The basis of therapy in Aquaterm is oligomineral healing water.

Gata Spa, Bihac

Located near the mountains Grmec and Pljesivica, surrounded by picturesque rivers Una and Korana, at an altitude of 120 meters, Gata Spa is a true oasis in Krajina where guests can relax and fully dedicate to themselves and their health. For those who would like to be more active during their stay at Gata, local area offers a myriad of options, from pleasant strolls to the challenges that may provide only the rafting on Una.

Guber Spa, Srebrenica

The healing mineral water of Srebrenica is known from the time of the ancient Romans who called its sources Domavija, and the whole area in this beautiful corner of Eastern Bosnia - Argentaria. And during the reign of the Turks, fame of the healing water from the source of Javor Mountain spread, and it is interesting that today’s name of Srebrenica’s spa dates from these times. Turkish soldiers came to Srebrenica to be treated for leprosy, hence the name "Guber".

Ilidza Spa, Gradacac

The first spa facilities in the area of Gradacac were built in 1882., although the healing properties of its termal water were known during Roman and Turkish Empires. It has been noted that two residential buildings were constructed near the spa structure 120 years ago and that was the foundation of modern spa-hotel complex of Ilidza.

Ilidza Spa, Sarajevo

At Sarajevo Valley, at eight miles from the center of Sarajevo, is located widely known Banja Ilidza which was named after the Turkish word "iladza" meaning the cure. Located at the foothills of Igman and near the source of Bosna River, and surrounded by nicely arranged park and the famous Velika aleja (Grand Mall), Ilidza’s Spa is a place where you can ideally combine the treatment and all types of holiday.

Kiseljak Spa, Kiseljak

The first written documents about the healing properties of water that rises in central Bosnian town of Kiseljak dates from the 14th century. High importance to this water and its health effects was given even by the Romans and it is interesting that back in 1870. under the name "Johannes Brumen" mineral water from Kiseljak was exported to foreign markets.

Laktasi Spa, Laktasi

With a long, rich and diverse tradition Laktasi Spa is one of the most famous spa-recreation centers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its tradition is long and very interesting, and it was noted that the Romans used its benefits and built bathrooms for this purpose for the military and citizens. The foundations of these buildings have recently been discovered and preserved, and in the vicinity of one of the springs Roman coins have been found.

Mljecanica Spa, Kozarska Dubica (Bosanska Dubica)

Healing water of Mljecanica is old, as they say, more than 5000 years, and its first explorations date back in the late 19th century. Mljecanica Spa is located in beautiful natural surroundings on the slopes of Kozara and although the basis for its therapy is famous mineral water, today, other modern methods of treatment and rehabilitation are applied.

Reumal Spa, Fojnica

Reumal Spa in Fojnica is modernly equipped and special institution for rehabilitation, recreation, active rest and programmed sport activities. It covers an area of 79,550 m2, with useful indoor space covering 20.845 m2, and in four buildings 560 beds are available to the guests.

Sanska Ilidza Spa, Sanski Most

Twelve kilometers from Sanski Most, going up the river Sana, is Sanska Ilidza, space for which it is claimed that was beneficial to the people even during the Turkish rule. Most credit for this belongs certainly to the source of mineral water, and there is no doubt that the river was named Sana (sanus-health) thanks to the healing properties of water in the area of Ilidza.

Slatina Spa, Banja Luka

By all accounts, the healing properties of springs of mineral waters is the reason that Slatina area was inhabited for centuries, and it is reliably known that even the Romans enjoyed them and this tradition did not stop even to this day. Surroundings of Slatina Spa are very nice for relaxation and stroll along the nicely arranged parks.

Vilina Vlas Spa, Visegrad

Ever since Roman times have been known medicinal properties of geothermal waters of today's Visegrad’s spa area. This spa resort got its name Vilina Vlas after one of the rare inland sites of particularly delicate fern - Vilina vlas (hair).

Vrucica Spa, Teslic

Water of Vrucica Spa successfully treats heart and circulatory diseases, rheumatism, stomach disorders, diabetes, neurosis and neuralgia, enhances and speeds up the rehabilitation and helps the healthy to maintain and improve their fitness. Moderately continental climate and a lot of greenery in the wider region of Spa provide plenty of clean and fresh air with enough ozone.

Slana Spa, Tuzla

Slana Spa is situated on the slopes of Majevica, and surrounded by mountains Konjuh and Ozren. Using and healing properties of this water that rises in spa’s vicinity is known for more than ten centuries, and its official testing and usage commenced in 1908. Interestingly, the first patient of this spa was the emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Franz Joseph.

 

 

 

 

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