• Kampen
  • Bad Krozingen
    Bad Krozingen
  • Eckenhagen, Reichshof
    Eckenhagen, Reichshof
  • St. Blasien
    St. Blasien ©Hochschwarzwald Tourismus GmbH (Norbert Göppert)
  • Freudenstadt
    Freudenstadt ©imago/imagebroker
  • Bad Dürrheim, Solemar spa
    Bad Dürrheim, Solemar spa ©Kur- und Bäder GmbH Bad Dürrheim
  • Bad Waldsee, view of the town and lake
    Bad Waldsee, view of the town and lake ©Touristinfo Bad Waldsee
  • Oberstaufen
    Oberstaufen ©Oberstaufen Tourismus
  • Schluchsee
  • Baltic health resort of Ahlbeck, pier
    Baltic health resort of Ahlbeck, pier
  • Bad Arolsen, Lake Twistesee
    Bad Arolsen, Lake Twistesee ©Gäste- und Gesundheitszentrum
  • List, Sylt
    List, Sylt
  • Tegernsee
  • bade:haus Norderney
    bade:haus Norderney ©Nicolas Chibac
  • Bad Laasphe, Banfe valley
    Bad Laasphe, Banfe valley
  • Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler
    Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler ©AG Bad Neuenahr (Dirk Topel)
  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Eckenhütte
    Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Eckenhütte ©Garmisch-Partenkirchen Tourismus
  • Bad Rodach, thermal baths
    Bad Rodach, thermal baths
  • Bad Kötzting
    Bad Kötzting
  • Bad Schwartau
    Bad Schwartau ©imago/imagebroker/pfeifer

Health and wellness in Germany: welcome to the land of the natural remedy!

In the birthplace of naturopathic treatments people have always taken care of their health. Germany's health resorts and spas specialise in combining these time-honoured methods with state-of-the-art medical treatments.

It's the wide choice of natural remedies that makes Germany so popular with health-conscious travellers. More than 350 approved health resorts and spas help you to prevent and treat illnesses or simply to rest and relax. Alongside the alternative philosophies of Kneipp, Felke and Schroth, they draw on nature's plentiful resources – from thermal springs, seawater and nourishing peats to 'health mines' and the very air that we breathe.

Find your specially selected offers here; get active – and start planning your trip now.



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