Thermal treatment is surely an activity that makes use of the many thermal-mineral-medicine sources and their derivatives (waters, microorganisms and algae) together with the option of combining them with sunshine, oxygen along with the weather conditions. Benefits are obtained through various application methods with a variety of degrees of intensity, duration and frequencies established by a specialist physician, whether with healing, preventive or rehabilitation purposes. All this is done in order to enhance the tourists' lifestyle grade. You will find numerous hotels in Argentina offering superb conditions for thermal tourism.

Thermal tourism is ideal for healthy people who wish to relax, and also for people who present symptoms of different afflictions, including respiratory conditions, skin diseases, locomotive, circulatory or digestive disorders. Hotels in Argentina deliver ideal conditions for all these tourists.

In the last few years, hot spring resorts have included spa and esthetic treatment plans in their structures. As a result, they have attracted new guests of all ages. Every one of the hotels in Argentina located in these regions dispose modern SPA Centers.

Thus, the cities of Entre Ríos began giving shape to their own hot spring resorts: Federación (fresh mineral water hot springs), Chajarí (with all-natural cascades and pools), Concordia (mineral drinkable waters), Colón (excellent to be drunk on an empty stomach and to relieve gastric disorders), Villa Elisa (saline mineral water), Gualeguaychú (the closest to the Federal District) and La Paz (seawaters). Very expensive drillings were carried out to be able to exploit a resource that had been waiting for millions of years. This treasure sprang up to the surface in the shape of freshwater, saline water or even seawater.

At San Clemente del Tuyú (Province of Buenos Aires), just 300 kilometers away from the City of Buenos Aires, there lies the initial hot spring waters at the Argentinian Atlantic Coast. These waters have turned out to be beneficial for hydrotherapy and they bear three times extra salts than seawaters.

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