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The spring is a wild place where you can swim and relax in the the sulfur rich water. It has many properties and benefits for your skin and health. Acording to the locals, you shouldn't stay in the water more than 20 minutes. A great...More
Not at all well kept or maintenanced, but fun location to get out of your car and walk a bit. If you can stand the smell, it is.
Close by seem to be barracks for immigrants or refugees, cannot really say.
I Enjoyed this visit very much.
The spring is really warm and probably looks much like it did back then, except for the wooden framing and rails at that site.
You’re allowed to go into the water, which we would have done, but it happened...More
We got off the main road to go to the battle museum but seeing the small signage for a spring, we took the turn & were pleasantly surprised by this unspoiled hot spring. There were only a few locals there, it was a gorgeous sunny...More
Not for everybody, but if you don't mind the strong sulfur aroma and want to sit in a free mineral bath, then stop in. Not heavily visited as it is non commercial and next to a quite dirty refugee or gypsy encampment.
Supposed to be healing waters. The water comes from the mountains, is over 100 degrees and has a strong odor. People were soaking in the water but it was just too hot for us so I just stuck my feet in. Did feel nice but...More
We stopped to visit the museum and the statue, the thermal springs are just across the road and are free to visit. Not sure I’d want to go in the spring though; there were a couple in the spring and when they got up their...More
To see The Hot Springs is understand part of Greek and Spartan History.
The springs have been used for generations and has been written about in the Book "The Hot Gates" which is about King Leonidas in 450 BC and the Battle at Thermopile against...More