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The Healing Thermal Springs of Edipsos

Edipsos, Greece
+30 2226 022304
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Wonderful bit of nature.

Stood there for just an afternoon and really enjoyed it. Also met two elderly greeks who were very... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Piatra Neamt, Romania
There near by to enjoy or you can book into the spa hotel £80 for 2 hrs

Nice to see and sit in the hot springs and explore best time to go is the morning before 10 am or... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
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Edipsos, Greece
+30 2226 022304
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Stood there for just an afternoon and really enjoyed it. Also met two elderly greeks who were very nice to talk to. The beaches are clean, they have pebbles so it's better to wear rubber shoes. The water is warm due to the boiling thermal...More

Thank Nuchi12
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Nice to see and sit in the hot springs and explore best time to go is the morning before 10 am or evening just after 5 when the sun is not so hot

Thank cabcakes
Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

Lying in the natural stone basins with healing thermal water pouring in and then running into the sea, is one of the most relaxing and satisfying things I have ever done! And it is free. With snow on the mountains all around, and icy temperatures,...More

2  Thank Leeofmani
Reviewed 21 November 2016 via mobile

It was so close to the hotel and on the see!!It was cold but the water was boiling which made the experience perfect!

1  Thank Pasion Moda fla... R
Reviewed 5 November 2016

Enjoy the experience of warm.hot water while nestled into one of the many different temperature pools by the water.. Gulf of Evvia , swim or snorkel down the beach to other springs falling from high,,be sure to stay in the water as it could be...More

Thank alexaud2016
Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

Edipsos is wonderful destination even out of season due to hot springs ♨.Natural beaty is amazing, lots of things to do and see, goid restaurants, lots of affordable accommodations. We tried Springs at seashore in front of ThermaSyllae hotel, freeof charge. It was empty in...More

1  Thank Marina S
Reviewed 24 October 2016

Don't miss them - down at the far end of the town near the ritzy spa hotel - all the thermal water you want running into pools by the sea. What could be better - hot bath-tub sized pools, with the sun on your face...More

1  Thank Hursto
Reviewed 20 October 2016

We visited Evia and Edipsos for the second time and could not miss its thermal springs. Even though it is often crowded, take a bath there is amazing. When you go there later in the evening you can enjoy it almost for yourself, there were...More

Thank Veronika Č
Reviewed 10 October 2016

For sure these thermal springs are great and if you are around, should try them. Scenery itself is great, you may enjoy cliffs and surrounding area. Water coming down from cliffs is really hot, be aware of that and also of underwater stones which may...More

Thank Ainis
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Was shocked how hot the springs are. Very nice, if you can stand the smell, and can then cool off in the sea.

1  Thank zoec843
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