Mineral Springs of Samothrace

Group and individual baths for balneotherapy and physiotherapy are among the facilities included in the Mineral Springs of Samothrace. These baths are supplied by a sulphide source, whose temperature reaches 60 degrees.
The Mineral Springs of Samothrace are located east of Paleopoli, just 13 km from the port of Kamariotissa  and near the village Therma, which took its name from the springs. The Municipal Hydrotherapy facilities of the Mineral Springs of Samothrace hosts thousands of visitors every year who choose one of the hotels, the bungalows or rooms for rent in the area.
The history of the source dates back to Byzantium, when it was already known for its healing properties. The Mineral Springs of Samothrace were built in 1981, before there was only one tank with a roof made of branches. The first hydrotherapy facility dates back to the 1920s in Samothrace, while in the mid-50s the second building was constructed.
The facilities of the Mineral Springs of Samothrace are situated at the entrance of the settlement in front of the bus stop.

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