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THERMAL HEALTH BATHS CURES RHEUMATISM
If you have tried all sorts to get rid-off your pains and aches on your back or joints, then maybe it is time for your to consider natural remedies, mineral baths.
Thermal, mineral bath in Koycegiz lake cures and helps rheumatism.
Joint aches lower significantly, temperature and pulse rate normalizes, lassitude and lack of appetite end. Mineral water helps rheumatism arthritis particularly.
It is also useful to decrease the joint problems caused by operations.
Helps to heal Rheumatic, respiratory and epidermal ailments, poor circulation and heart disease, nervous conditions, gynaecological, kidney and urinary tract conditions, poor metabolism.
Package programmes available for the Winter Season for those who are seeking tranquility and relaxed atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle.
Sultaniye Thermal Baths (ph: 6.68-6.74) are located in Koycegiz district of Mugla, at Sultaniye village.
The water (32-42 C) contains chloride, sodium, hydrogen sulfide and bromide.
Both the drinking and the bath waters have a relaxing and beneficial effect on sufferers of rheumatism, skin and blood disorders, heart ailments, bronchitis, nervous complaints, kidney and urinary complaints, metabolic disorders, and for elderly patients and convalescen.
There is also mudbahts next to this Thermal spring Pools , some local agents do take its clients to these Baths on Dalyan excursions.
Thermal Spring Baths are located West of Koycegiz in Mugla province and 4km from famous Dalyan.
Water temperature are as follows:
Large Hamam Spring - 39C
Dome Hamam Spring - 41.9C
Sultaniye Drinking Spring - 32C
pH value of the springs are as follows:
Large Hamam Spring - 6.68
Dome Hamam Spring -6.65
Sultaniye Drinking Spring - 6.74
Physical and chemical properties:
Each spring contains one of all of the following properties - Chlorine, sodium, hydrogen sulphide, bromide, radioactive, hyperthermal, hypertonic.
If you are interested to take cure sessions, this can be arranged.
How much does it cost and what is included
Before or after the Thermal Bath visits, Winter Warmth Packages include daily exercises around the Hotel Pool, pleasant walks to the Beach and woodlands of Sarigerme.
Hotel Management also provides additional fun and informative sightseeing tours to the surrounding area during your stay.
Those who are interested can take part in cooking sessions at no extra cost.
Of course you do not have to join Cooking sessions nor the trips, these are only additional services for those who like to stay active.
1 Person 2 Weeks £1100
2 Person 2 Weeks £1550
1 Person 4 Weeks £1800
2 Person 4 Weeks £2900
Above Prices include Full Breakfast, Snack Lunch and Evening Meal and Hot Drinks at Breakfast are included.Drinks at Snack Lunch and Evening Meal are not Included
If you decide to Book 10% deposit is required.
We highly recommend you to take part during late Autumn, Winter and early spring as Summer season may be too hot for everyday Thermal Sessions.
In brief, included :
Accomodation in Sarigerme village at the Hotel Sevgi
Transport to Thermal Baths and back to your Hotel everyday
Return Airport Transfer from/to Dalaman Airport
Please do not hesitate to contact if you wish to book.
It is important that pregnant ladies and those with high blood pressure problems with serious heart conditions can not and must not take part unless their GP advices otherwise.
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