A luxurious experience
The naturally black coloured waters are recognised for their therapeutic qualities and can benefit those with a range of medical conditions such as arthritis, diabetes and insomnia. The waters also help with circulatory and skin disorders and can be very…
The naturally black coloured waters are recognised for their therapeutic qualities and can benefit those with a range of medical conditions such as arthritis, diabetes and insomnia. The waters also help with circulatory and skin disorders and can be very beneficial for those with psoriasis. The mud from the Negova lake is a wonderful skin treatment and also used in the spa.
If this hasn’t got your attention then think about entertaining the children in one of their 28 indoor and outdoor pools. They have geysers, waterfalls and whirlpools. You can relax in the jacuzzi while the children can ride the many water plumes in the park.
Budding golfers will enjoy an 18-hole world-class golf course. It’s a great course for the beginner and experienced golfer alike, and has one of the longest holes in Slovenia, a par five which is almost 600m long. You can then enjoy fine wines and superb traditional Slovenian cuisine at the 19th hole.
Health from the deep
The spa offers a wide range of beauty treatments that will help to rejuvenate and invigorate you. It’s not just for the ladies; they have special Pannonic treatment for men, named after the Panonnian sea from which, it is said, the waters originate. This treatment is given over a three day period and includes a pedicure, facial and a whole body massage.
The spa also offers first-class accommodation to suit all budgets in three hotels (Ajda, Termal, Livada Prestige). There is also a range of bungalows, apartments and camping facilities for the family who wants to self cater.
If after all of the above you still have energy, you can also play Tennis, Badminton, Volleyball and there are guided cycling tours through the Slovenian countryside.
Tel: 00386 2 512 22 00
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