Regeneration and wellness in Styria
The green heart is home to no less than nine thermal springs, which are positioned very differently. Select wellness and health hotels as well as various offline holiday operations between Bad Aussee and Bad Radkersburg emphasise a sense of well-being.
"Green Power of Styria" - the happiness formula for your own ego
Wellness, self-focus, regeneration and fitness. Terms that describe new ways to inner balance and quality of life in the green heart of Austria as the "green power of Styria". The secret behind the Styrian happiness formula: the green power of Styria = natural experiences + encounters with the green power of Styrian companions.
Everyday life is increasingly determined by requirements and obligations. Time to stop, to breathe and to reflect on your own desires and needs. The best environment for this is between wine country, thermal springs country and Vulkanland, nature parks and the Dachstein and in the nature of things. The ways to recharge your batteries away from conventional feel-good trends are as varied as the Styrian landscapes themselves. "Learn from nature in nature" is the motto. More information about the new lead product can be found at: www.steiermark.com/grünkraft
Wealth of Thermal Springs in Styria
Nine thermal springs, whose origins lie in the vain search for crude oil. In 1972 on the basis of a geological expert, there was disappointment for the first time in the area around Loipersdorf: hot water was found at a depth of 1,100 metres instead of the expected "black gold". The regional authorities, however, kept their cool and first bathing attempts in the mineral-containing spring promised only good things to come. Conclusion: The first thermal spring was built.
The southernmost thermal spring location in Styria, Bad Radkersburg, holds the most curative springs in Austria. They strengthen and regenerate the musculoskeletal system. Bad Gleichenberg, one of the oldest thermal springs resorts in Styria, can look back on 170 years of tradition and today can boast the most modern spa hotel in Austria as well as a new thermal spring area. The Thermal Springs Loipersdorf is one of Europe's largest ensembles of thermal springs. They manage to meet all of the needs of all family members: with a fun park, baby beach for the little ones and Schaffelbad for the adults. Rogner Bad Blumau stands for sensuality of a special kind. Friedensreich Hundertwasser merged nature and architecture into a symbiosis here, which is the icing on the cake for the hotel, bathing and sauna landscape. The Heiltherme Bad Waltersdorf does well with innovative treatments in line with the specially developed "traditional Styrian medicine". An absolute hit for the children is the H2O Hotel Thermal Springs Resort. Technical refinement allows you to dive into another world at the Thermal Springs Nova Köflach : the light, tropical forest and indoor lap pool leave nothing to be desired. The latest thermal springs projects can be found in the north of Styria. The Aqualux Thermal Springs in Fohnsdorf attract visitors with a children's area and relaxation lounge. The youngest Styrian thermal spring is the Grimming Thermal Spring in Bad Mitterndorf.
Wellness and beauty - Styrian to the core
"Caresses from nature" open up new wellness and beauty dimensions in a typical Styrian way. Local products from apples, grapes, pumpkins and elderberry not only taste great, but have beauty benefits. The nine thermal spring centres rely on revitalisation from head to toe with individual specialisations, natural well-being ideas and therapeutic expertise, and they do this with more than just the beneficial thermal springs water. While in the north, clear mountain air, salt or stone pine ensure additional pleasant comfort, massages with apples, pumpkins, grapes and elderberries beautify and revitalise in the south. More information can be found at: www.steiermark.com/wellness
Echt.gsund Thermal Water Weeks
While the dance floor is hopping across the state under the slogan "all waltz", high waves beat in the Styrian thermal springs in the sense of "all water". In January, the "hot gold" of Styria is the focus for ten weeks every year during the Echt.gsund Thermal Water Weeks. The intent is to make people even more aware of this healthy treasure. The themed weeks are always opened with the "Long night of thermal springs" in mid-January and are ended with the "Water day" at the end of March. In between await a varied agenda of guided tours, lectures, tastings and special free active sessions. So that your heart is really warm and healthy.
Selected hotels are committed to the task of making Styria the Mecca of wellness holidaymakers. Non-smoking rooms, regular training of employees and regionality at all levels characterise this temple of good feeling. Light, vitamin-rich mixed diets according to the findings of modern nutritional science as well as a wide selection of vegetarian dishes can be found on the menus. Fresh Styrian spring water is of course free of charge on the table. www.steiermark.com/wellness