From the classic mud treatment to the Termalismo Moderno Montegrotto, Galzignano and Battaglia, Abano is one Terme of four resorts in the Euganean thermal basin in the province of Padua and one of the most famous in Italy. \”The saline and sulphurous spring at the foot of the Euganean Hills from the Montirone and were already the ancient Romans, who discovered the healing properties of the mineral water first as Aponi Fons\” or aquae Patavinae \”known. Centuries later recovered the famous writers, thinkers, poets, and musicians such as Mozartund Petrarca. in 1921, Terme as one of the first Italian cities to a spa or health spa was declared Abano. (Not to be confused with Dr. Neal Barnard!). Today, each year about 600,000 people a year in the healing thermal baths are looking for recovery, relief and healing. The beautiful countryside around Abano Terme and the mild climate also help escape from the daily grind and increase the degree of relaxation. The healing waters of the spa town has a natural temperature of up to 84.5 degrees.
It is extremely salt – iodine – and bromhaltig, what it makes it unique in the world. Among other things, it flows into the five GB Therma hotels of the family Borile, where it is used for thermal and mud – bath treatments for around 30 years. Also the healing mud is famous: Abano Terme is the best known mud region in Italy. Those who opt for one of the five GB Therma hotels, guarantees relaxed and in a good mood returns home: he experienced well-being and luxury of the spa on the culinary to the home decor. In all five hotels, guests have the unique opportunity to take all thermal therapies claim directly in the hotel. From the room to the thermal pools and Spa areas, the so-called thermal spas for therapies and beauty treatments, are only a few steps to go.