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Therma

Samothraki – the Aeolus’s island according to mythology- is a mystical place. The pebbly beaches, the running waters, the unspoilt nature, the celebrated curative springs and unique antiquities compose an idyllic scenery that is breathtaking and fascinating.

The hot curative springs are situated at the entrance of the Therma settlement. In Samothraki, visitors, aside from treatment, will be acquainted with archaeological and historic sites, but also with the unique “lagoons” of cold water.

The temperature of the water that gushes from the spring is around 100o C.

Characterisitcs: Superheated Cl- Na- Ca- K – B- Br- J hypotonic, slightly radioactive curative water of the municipality of Samothraki.

Therapeutic Indications: Rheumatoid arthritis, chronic rheumatisms, gynecological ailments, peripheral vasculopathies, secondary skin ailments, obesity.

The baths are located at the foot of Psarotherma hill. They have two pools (men and women) and 13 individual tubs.

The temperature of the water in the men’s pool is 40-41oC and in the women’s 38-39oC.

The facilities are open from June to October and from 09:30 am to 13:30 am and from 17:30 pm to 23:45 pm.