SPA hotels in Bulgaria
What does SPA mean? New ones are constantly added to these interpretations, because fashion trends are constantly emerging. In Japan under the spa they can also understand shiatsu and algae massage, but in Russia and the Scandinavian countries people fall on the Russian bath with a broom broom, in Asia on the so-called hamam - Turkish steam bath. In another part of the world they focus on mud baths or diving in icy water. That is why the question would be more interesting:
Where's the Spa? Everything starts from the Belgian town of Spa. There, during the Roman Empire, the first water resort was opened. In the 17th-18th centuries, mineral water procedures are particularly popular. Of course, mineral baths are used for healing purposes and for resting crowned heads, noble people and their courtiers. For the needs of the nobility, some of the old Roman baths become bathing resorts - Carlsbad, Vichy, Bayreuth, Baden-Baden, Evian, Spa, Bath and others.
The abbreviation SPA means only one: Sanus Pro Aqua or Health via water Today there are many points of view on what heals and what does not treat mineral water. According to some people, warm water heals everything. According to another one should alternate more strongly mineralized with less mineralized water. Others prefer not to touch the water that smells like sulfur. Fourth, they do not choose the waters and rely on healing and what they are not sick of.
Stara Zagora Mineral Baths
The mineral springs are located in the area of Stara Zagora Mineral Baths. The water comes to the surface of 1600 m depth with a temperature of about 40 ° C and a flow rate of 12 l / s.
Mineral water is slightly mineralized, hyperthermal, with a neutral reaction. Contains hydrocarbons, sulphates, calcium, magnesium, silicon, fluorine and other trace elements. It has healing properties in diseases of the musculoskeletal system, the peripheral nervous system, gynecological, renal-urological, gastrointestinal and liver-bile diseases.
The village of Chiflik is located in a mountainous region, 16 km south of Troyan, near the spring of the Beli Osam river. The village is situated between the reserves Kashka, Vasiliov and Kozya stena, part of the Central Balkan National Park. The climate is moderate, mountainous, with relatively cool summer and snowy winter.