Your thermal spa holiday in Bad Kleinkirchheim
Experience – relax – heal
More and more thermal spa enthusiasts see the autumn as an insider tip. What could be more enjoyable than ending the evening in the pleasantly warm thermal water after a hike in the clear autumn air? In addition, the cooler temperatures and the shorter days make visiting the thermal spa even more inviting and pleasant.
Other benefits are that it is quieter at the thermal spas at this time of year and the healing thermal water has preventive properties. It strengthens your immune system and circulation, your connective tissue and your blood vessels, eases rheumatic diseases and arms you against infections.
Your thermal spas on a wellness holiday in Carinthia
The Römerbad thermal spa with its impressive sauna and wellness landscape is right opposite your wellness hotel Prägant and the family and health thermal spa St. Kathrein with its 86-metre-long slide and largest water area of all Carinthian thermal baths is only a stone's throw away. With the included Sonnenschein Card you also receive a 15% price reduction on thermal baths entries.
The crypt of the St. Kathrein church is the source of the well-known "eye spring" of Bad Kleinkirchheim
In 1055 AD, the palsgrave Poto discovered the healing source whilst fleeing, hiding himself there from his captors. We still use this refuge today – albeit not fleeing the enemy but everyday stress.
In the Middle Ages this source that springs from the earth with a temperature of around 36° Celsius, rich in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium, was referred to as the "eye spring". One washed one's eyes with it to preserve eyesight into old age. Due to arduous work in the so-called smoking kitchens, the eyes often suffered – the thermal water promised the necessary easing and healing. Right up until today, the thermal springs in Bad Kleinkirchheim supply the two public thermal baths. Furthermore, the low radon content in the healing water has a revitalising and beneficial effect also on children, the elderly and the weak.
Enjoy the pleasant warmth in the in-house wellness area or one of the two local thermal spas whilst watching the leaves outside gradually turning colourful.