Restore your energy. Take a swim in the two indoor and three open-air pools with thermal water. Round up the pampering ritual in the saunas and further enhance the effect of saunaing with different wrap and peeling treatment programmes.
A feast of water in a green setting. Pools for relaxation, lap swimming and for children to wade and play.
At Šmarješke Toplice spa you can enjoy bathing all year round in indoor pools with thermal water. Two indoor pools, stretching out on an area of 160 and 167 square metres, which are also connected to an outdoor pool, with a water temperature of 32˚C, offer year-round relaxation in demonstrably healthful thermal water. Our guests can enjoy water aerobics or hydrogymnastics for free every day at 1pm and 4pm.
Aqua bar, with a terrace overlooking the spa park, is an integral part of the indoor pools. Enjoy sweets, ice creams, quick snacks, and delicious coffee in a range of flavours. The bar is open year-round: a wide selection of teas, hot chocolate and warm beverages is available in winter.
Vitarium Aqua with indoor pools
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The unspoilt green scenery features three pools with water temperatures from 26 to 28˚C - a swimming pool covering an area of 860 square metres, a wooden pool with an area of 187 square metres and a small wading pool.
Na vrtini bistro - a bistro over a well
The bistro located in the outdoor pools area serves a wide selection of fast-food items like pizzas, grilled dishes, light desserts, and snacks. You can refresh yourself with various ice creams, iced coffee, or a Macedonia with fresh seasonal fruit.
Wooden pool: straight on top of a thermal spring
The wooden pool with the water temperature of 32˚C sitting straight on top of a thermal spring was built as early as the end of the 18th century. It is the oldest pool in the open-air pool complex. The frame is made of oak boards and the bottom of spruce planks. The pool has a special recirculation system installed – it is called Mary’s bath after Queen Mary, King Alexander’s wife, and it enables that the total water volume is recirculated within a couple of hours! This ensures that the water temperature and the abundance of healthful substances in it are preserved to the highest extent possible.