Pribojska Banja Spa

Pribojska Banja Spa

Pribojska Banja Spa is located on the plateau above town of Priboj in South-western Serbia at the altitude of 550 meters. It is known also as an air spa thanks to its healing characteristics. Located at the top of the deep wooded and cultivated river valley and surrounded by mountains of Stari Vlah /highland/. In the north of Pribojska banja Spa is rising Crni Vrh (Black Top) overgrown by pine forests. Lisja rocks under linden and spruce are located on the southern side. Along the left side of Pobijenik Mountain is green Lim River flowing by town of Priboj.Natural curative factors: The spa has several thermal mineral springs. The strongest of them provides 70 litres of water per second, with a temperature of 37 degrees Celsius.

Medical indications: chronic rheumatic inflammation of the articular and muscular systems, neuralgias, inflammation of peripheral nerves, polyneuritis, gynaecological diseases, consequences of bone and muscle injuries, convalescent states, skin diseases – it accelerates the healing of wounds, scabbing, and healing of skin changes caused by consequences of diabetes and weak peripheral circulation.

Medical treatment: Spa is due to climate factors, the combination of hydrotherapy, an ideal place with a preventive effect in healthy people and athletes. The air in the Spa is very clean and filled with fresh aromatic fragrance of pine trees and blooming linden. This is important because it is known that the proximity of the forest soothing (sedative) to the man. Pribojska Spa offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful Panorama Lim valley.

Places to see: Pribojska Banja Spa was known by ancient Romans and the heroic population of Medieval Serbia. Settled on the main road which led from Bosnia to Constantinople, the Priboj Banja Spa was the hangout of many passengers and caravans. The hospital treating St. Sava’s ill feet was founded here at the time of famous Nemanjic Dinasty in 12th century. The story of regeneration of King Uroš, the son of the King Stefan the First (Uros “harsh”), who had a skin disease was included in peoples’ traditional poems. Old Turkish Baths with mineral springs were used by the Turks who conquered these areas.

Places to see : full-day excursions to Zlatibor, Zlatar, Mileševa Monastery, Potpećko /Potpec Lake/and Radojinsko /Radojina lake/, Lim River with premium rafting conditions and majestic Uvac Natural Reserve offer many opportunities for passionate fishermen who spend here marvelous time.

 

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