List of spa towns in Serbia
Spa towns in Serbia are rich in mineral water, mud, air or other characteristics that help or facilitate the discomfort, speed up healing, or recovering, or otherwise assist the healing process. There are over 40 spas in Serbia, and over 400.000 people visit it annually. Most known and visited spas in Serbia are Vrnjačka Banja, Banja Koviljača, Bukovička Banja, Sokobanja and Niška Banja.
|Atomska Banja||Čačak municipality,
|Active spa center since 1890. It was found that the water of mineral springs are slightly radio-active.
Temperature (°C): 29,8
|Banja Koviljača||Loznica municipality,
|It is the oldest spa in Serbia.
Temperature (°C): 21-38
|Banja Vrujci||Mionica municipality,
|Founded as National Health Resort in 1935. Also known for its medicinal spa mud.
Temperature (°C): 27
|Banja Palanački Kiseljak|
|Vranjska Banja||Hottest spring in Serbia|
|Vrnjačka Banja||Vrnjačka Banja municipality,
Raška District, Western Serbia.
|Vrnjačka Banja is the most celebrated and most popular spa town of Serbia.
Topla voda (36.5°C), Snežnik (17°C), Slatina (24°C), Jezero (27°C), Beli izvor, Borjak, Vrnjačko vrelo
Notes and references
|a.||^ In Serbian, word for spa (banja) is almost always a part of the banja's name. If the name is given as a noun, banja precedes it (Banja Koviljača), if the name is given as an adjective (usually with the -ka suffix), banja comes after (Niška Banja).|
- Top pet najposećenijih banja u Srbiji (Serbian)