Thermal water is an inexhaustible source of natural wealth that has a beneficial effect on a variety of skin diseases, heals and nourishes the skin, and helps with many rheumatic diseases, post-surgical processes and the healing of joint and bone injuries. It comes forth at the foot of Mihanović Mansion, where the pools at the spring are located. Thermal water also fills the pools in the Water Planet. Combined with healing mud, it offers guests an invaluable experience.
Thermal water is one of the healing mineral waters of the sulphur water group. At the spring itself, the thermal water temperature ranges from 32 to 33 degrees Celsius.
Its healing effects are particularly visible in relieving the symptoms of:
The peculiarity of Tuhelj thermal water is the large number of peloid particles that gather in the substances that have arisen in nature during geological processes. These finely divided particles are of mineral and vegetable origin. The main constituent of water is sulphur, which enhances its healing properties. In addition to sulphur, thermal water of Tuhelj also contains sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, strontium and many other ingredients.
Guests can enjoy thermal water in all the outdoor and indoor pools, as well as take a swim in the thermal water spring. The pools at the spring are located near Mihanović Mansion and provide a unique experience interwoven with the natural properties of thermal water and healing mud.
Activities in thermal water are extremely beneficial to your health. Water resistance and water activity make it easier to lose weight, body muscles are properly formed, and in addition to physical appearance, water activities have a positive effect on the heart and blood vessels and are a great way to prevent stress.
Activities in thermal water will shape your body, stimulate weight loss, have a positive effect on the heart and blood vessels, and help manage stress. We regularly organize morning exercises in the water, afternoon water aerobics, underwater massages and recreational swimming.