In summer just as in winter, Turkey offers the ideal conditions for spa treatments and Thalasso therapy to help the body relax and regenerate from the stress of everyday life.

Immerse yourself in the world of healing waters and revitalising fragrances to harmonise your mental equilibrium. Be massaged with fine essential oils and feel your energy begin to flow with a session of Thalasso therapy. Expert teams have combined the "gifts of nature" with the newest scientific findings for you. Individually tailored treatments comprise the most modern technology under the supervision of specialist doctors, cosmeticians, physiotherapists, masseuses and fitness trainers. Discover the age-old wisdom of the harmony between body, mind and soul. Relax with a beauty treatment or in the comforting warmth of the Turkish bath.

Our wide variety of tailor-made spa programmes suit everyone's individual needs. Here it is only about pure relaxation and recuperation!


Experienced beauticians offer diverse cosmetic applications for him and her in the 5-star hotels and resorts. Effective treatments with well-known products, as well as classic cosmetics treatments, manicures and pedicures are on offer. Choose one of the cosmetic packages or let yourself be pampered by the competent and dedicated employees with an individual well-being programme.


In the mid-18th century Sultan Mehmet I built the first public bath house in Istanbul. The light and colours in Turkish baths give them a pleasant atmosphere. A Turkish bath normally comprises a hot room heated to temperatures of around 50 degrees Celsius, a warm room heated to approximately 40 degrees Celsius, as well as several cooling rooms. In addition to sweating and cooling-off, rounds of tea and massages are also part of the bathing ritual. The architecture of the sweating rooms is typified by slender columns and domed alcoves. The further in you go, the hotter it becomes. In the back room the aromatic steam is so dense that it resembles autumn mist over a lake. The blue-tiled main room, with its heated marble surfaces, has a more bustling atmosphere. Here you dedicate yourself to scrubbing and washing, something that is best repeated several times. Experienced hammam-goers scrub one another's backs with gloves made from sisal. After spending two or three hours in the hammam, everyday life seems far away and visitors are filled with comforting warmth and inner peace. Today the Turkish bath has become an important feature of modern spa offerings – both extremely healthy and enjoyable. Sauna, foam massages, exfoliating scrubs and oil massages are all included in our offers.


Massage acts upon the skin and the underlying tissues. Various techniques such as sweeping, rubbing, kneading, knocking, chopping, slapping or shaking are used. Tools such as brushes are also used. It helps with back pain, high blood pressure and emotional stress. The client will be placed in a pleasant regenerative state of relaxation, the nervous system will be soothed, and chronic pain and tensions will be appeased.


The term “thalasso” has Greek origins and means: therapeutic treatment with the sea. The water pressure created through the harmonisation of water and jet streams in original Thalasso bath tubs will lightly but effectively stimulate the muscles. This salt-water treatment is also a healthy purification method. Excess waste is discarded due to the warmth of the water. The skin pores open, so that the salt water, containing important micronutrients such as iron, cobalt and calcium, can penetrate the body. The iodine content of the algae, which is administered through baths and wrappings, activate the glandular functions, thus regulating the metabolism. The complimentary effects of saltwater and algae allow the slimming component of balneotherapy to be strengthened without affecting the balance of minerals.

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