The thermal establishment in Spezzano Terme is unique among the other Italian spas. In fact, it is provided with a next-generation mud bathing plant, a very comfortable spa and a wellness center. Some treatments are a part of the state run health service, others are private health therapies. Spezzano spas are surrounded by a 10 ha thermal park lying on the hills of the Sibari Plain.
The area where Spezzano Albanese stands has been inhabited since ancient times, as evidenced by the discovery of Iron age necropolises and remains of a Hellenistic settlement. The town was founded by Albanian refugees who maintained their traditions and customs. The waters of the thermal bath, built in 1923, comes from five springs, though only two of them are fully exploited: Fonte Thurio (water rich in salt, bromine and iodine) and Fonte Acqua delle Grazie (hypotonic water rich in chloride and sodium). Water temperature ranges from 18 and 21 Celsius degrees. They are employed for inhalations, aerosol, nebulization, nasal irrigation, “humage”, intratympanic insufflation, mineral-water treatments and mud bath therapy. Treatments are administered by a skilled medical staff. Customers will enjoy the unique qualities of Spezzano Albanese waters as well as the wonderful natural features of the thermal park, its flora and fauna and microclimate.
The hotel was recently renovated and houses a wellness center, a thermal pool and leisure equipment.