The escape to wellness does not necessarily have to be a solitary journey: quite the contrary! Being two is certainly better. Who among us, especially after the pandemic, hasn’t thought of organizing a trip to recharge in the name of wellness? Obviously the more adventurous will have oriented themselves towards extreme sports, unspoiled nature, challenges with themselves and adrenaline rushes. But what do you think of a little relaxation instead? Maybe with your favorite person!
Slovenia is a country rich in natural resources, unspoiled landscapes, art, culture, good food, and welcoming people. Its fame is mainly linked to an indissoluble binomial: nature and thermal waters. The best side of this combination is that it closely links these two factors with each other: most of the spas are natural and each spa package offered by one of the many structures in the area, still includes activities related to the open air and to the unspoiled Slovenian spaces. Natural thermal water, compared to that enriched with properties and mineral salts that we find in other parts of the world, has greater benefits, due to a more immediate absorption of the active ingredients and the immediate feeling of well-being that is derived from it. It is also known that direct contact with nature, even without renouncing luxury and comfort, is immediately beneficial for body and spirit, guaranteeing an all-around moment of “detachment”, able to involve the body and the senses.
Spas in Slovenia
When you decide to take care of yourself, you must be aware that it is not enough to treat the body: the mind also wants its part. Slovenia, with its thermal waters and the infinite spa packages present in the countless hotels of the country, manages to combine this need for both physical and spiritual relaxation. How? As already mentioned, the spas in Slovenia are almost all of natural origin, immersed in unspoiled nature, and complete with offers and alternatives suitable for everyone and everyone’s needs. Do you want to vent your body a little because you have accumulated too much stress and negative energies to release? The spa hotel in Slovenia also offers climbing, kayaking, hiking, and lots of high altitudes. Do you want to soak and relax? There are thermal pools and they can be preceded or followed by an expert massage. And if you just want to get some sleep and wake up in front of a beautiful view and breathe clean air, you can do this too but you are missing out on the many benefits offered by spas in Slovenia. In short, there are no excuses: Slovenia is the perfect destination for a small recharge escape.
Spas in Slovenia and their romantic side
What better place for a romantic getaway than Slovenia? You have to visit Slovenia for so many reasons, but if you do it with your sweet half, know that this place exudes love in all its forms: love for art, culture, food, and its people. It’s a place blessed with a picture-perfect natural landscape, allowing you to choose from endless places and moments to spend with whoever you want. Whether it’s a lazy afternoon reading a book together on the banks of the Soča River, a walk through Renaissance architecture in Ljubljana, or a serene experience in the middle of the forest of the Vintgar Gorge – Slovenia has it all.
It doesn’t matter if it’s winter or summer, one of the most relaxing ways to enjoy Slovenia is to take full advantage of its spa culture at one of the country’s many spas. With an abundance of clean alpine waters and thermal springs, Slovenia’s spa heritage dates back to Roman times. So the question is not whether to go to a spa, but instead: which one do we choose?
A quick search is enough to see that almost all hotels, even those specializing in personal rehabilitation, offer couple spa packages. Therefore, whether it is romanticism or necessity accompanied by a romantic side, there is no risk of losing this wonderful opportunity to escape together.
Organizing a complete spa holiday in Slovenia is extremely simple: the offer is wide and varied and the country is easily accessible from all over Europe and the world. It would therefore be foolish not to think about it (if alone or in the company, we leave it to you to decide!).
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