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Revitalise your senses!

The ancient Greek writers and philosophers praised the thermal springs, where the Nymphs offered the divine gifts of health, wellbeing, strength, and spirit invigoration.

The use of baths in Greece began in 1500 BC. Systematic knowledge of the hydrotherapeutic art was first developed by Hippocrates (in Greek: Hippokrátēs), the Western father of medicine. Throughout the evolution of spa therapy, the belief that the therapeutic qualities of waters revitalise our body, soothe our soul, and pamper our senses persisted down the centuries.
Natural therapeutic springs are found in numerous places all over Greece. Their beneficial action offers you the opportunity to receive treatment for chronic conditions in a natural way, whereas the healing properties of seawater, seaweed, or sea mud help you conquer stress and anxiety, and improve your mental performance.

You can experience and embrace all these therapies and products in first-class facilities, which include parks, gardens, rivers, lakes, clinics, therapy centers, therapy-related accommodation, and controlled diet under the supervision of medical specialists.

Like the ancient Greek writers, become the narrator of your own story; share with the rest of the world your healing experience in Greece, surrounded by our country’s colourful landscape, seaside scenery, and mesmerized by our ancient history and culture.

Adopt Aristotle’s motto: “ The energy of the mind is the essence of life”, and visit Greece.

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