- If gorgeous scenery is your primary criterion, Aqua Dome in Laengenfeld has views that are as much the attraction as the soaking: The 50,000 square meter spa resort allows you to soak for hours while letting your eyes wander across the beautiful Oetztal Alps. This sprawling recreation complex is part water park, part geothermal hot springs, and it comes loaded with amenities that will please the entire family—this place is out-of-this world heavenly. The resort‘s hot spring is fed with 40-degree Celsius natural hot springs water. The naturally effervescent, mineral waters rich in sodium, chloride, sulfate and sulfur bubble from the ground and treat aggravated joints and dehydrated skin with all-natural, therapeutic minerals.
- The pinnacle of rustic charm, Aigner Bath is a listed bathhouse in East Tirol’s scenic Hochpustertal Valley that has welcomed visitors, mostly local farmers, since 1772. The naturally effervescent, mineral waters that bubble out from the sources here are rich in calcium and sulfate and are particularly favorable with rheumatism, gout and sciatica. Lovingly restored, a beautiful, historic jewel of East Tirol has been brought back to life here and is definitely worth visiting.
- Surrounded by dramatic alpine views, the Hot Springs of Grins were considered a healing site by the area's residents for centuries. The natural springs are rich in key minerals like magnesium, calcium and sulfate, which have skin healing and muscle-relaxing properties. A lovely hiking trail takes you from the village of Grins to the „Altes Wildbad“ Hot Springs in 45 minutes.
Thermal Springs in Tirol