Bad Reichenhall has a rich, 150-year history as a health spa, with treatments that have proved hugely successful in alleviating respiratory illnesses. The natural secrets of its success are saltwater, mud and a stimulating climate.
On the very edge of the Alps in Bavaria there lies a holiday region bursting with a charm: the Tegernsee Valley. Bad Wiessee, located right at its heart, offers top-rate medical care drawing on the natural iodine-sulphur springs.
The private, family-run resort of Bad Driburg draws on modern medicine and the long-known healing properties of mud and natural springs. The idyllic little town attracts guests from around the whole world.
The state spa of Salzuflen, nestled at the foot of the Teutoburg Forest mountains, has been an important health resort in Germany since the early 19th century and is particularly well-known for its mineral and saltwater spa.
This saltwater and mud spa at the heart of Westphalia offers a broad choice of wellness, preventative treatments and rehabilitation. Visitors encounter the natural remedies of saltwater and mud and their therapeutic benefits at every turn.
Wellness and relaxation are top of the agenda at the spa resort of Bad Bevensen with its iodine-rich salt waters. Located in the heart of the Lüneburg Heath, the resort is the perfect spot for a curative and relaxing break.
The spa resort of Bad Mergentheim, which lies in the Liebliches Taubertal holiday region, encapsulates everything about a perfectly relaxing break: wellness treatments, spa facilities and health expertise.
The elegant spa resort of Badenweiler in the Markgräflerland region of southwest Germany is steeped in tradition. With its therapeutic thermal springs and beautiful scenery, graceful Badenweiler is one of Europe's foremost spa towns.
A break in Bad Griesbach is an opportunity to experience Bavarian zest for life and enhance your own sense of wellbeing at the same time. Something that comes naturally in this recognised mineral spa resort.