Spas of Western Serbia 20/07/2018

The Spa of Western Serbia includes: Banja Koviljaca, Pribojska Banja, Banja Badanja.

Banja Koviljaca

Banja Koviljača

Banja Koviljaca, one of the most beautiful and most beautiful spas of the Balkans, is located in western Serbia, in the embrace of the Drina River and the wooded mountain Guchevo, at an altitude of 128 m. The spacious plains of Macva and Semberija and the mountains are also surrounded (Boranja, Sokolske planine, Cer). It is located in the region of Podrinje, which continues the hilly Jadar, slightly stratified Pocerina and fertile and rooked Macva.

Rich sources of sulfur water, medicinal mud, favorable climatic conditions, as well as numerous cultural and historical monuments, are an irresistible challenge for the development of all types of tourism.

To Banja Koviljaca road is coming from Belgrade, highway Belgrade - Ruma, then regional road Ruma - Sabac - Loznica - Banja Koviljaca (145 km), from Novi Sad regional road Novi Sad - Ruma - Sabac - Loznica - Banja Koviljaca (143 km). In Banja Koviljaca there is a railway station on the Belgrade - Mali Zvornik railway line, but only local trains operate.

The nearest airport is in Belgrade (135 km).

This unique symbol of Banja Koviljaca, the famous spa park, which is real in appearance to the West European and covers an area of ​​40 ha, is the largest park in Serbia. Situated at the foot of the forest of hornbeam, beech and beech, the spa park, since the beginning of the twentieth century, has its own appearance and beauty, and the very center of this nature museum in the open air is a grandiose fountain, which in the recent history replaced a somewhat smaller waterfowl.

Banja Koviljača u prošlosti

Over eighty species of trees, beautiful floral arrangements, such as those in the summer residences of kings and a sparse grassland, make a walk in this park with special and unusual. The preserved villas Dalmatia and Herzegovina, as well as the building of the King Peter I bath, are also contributed to the ambience which drains visitors from the present into a world of past, long forgotten.


Pribojska Banja

Pribojska Banja

 There is no end in our beautiful country that can not boast some special natural wealth. This is also Southwestern Serbia, which among other things also has an incredible natural health resort named Pribojska Banja. It was named after the nearby town of Priboj. This health resort, after which the town received the name of Banja, lies at 530 to 550 m above sea level, surrounded by the mountains of Starovlacka Visi, which makes it an air-sanctuary. The spa is part of the same name local community. MZ "Banja" extends to 3,259.63 ha and borders with local communities Novi Priboj, Kratovo, Raca and Kalafati, as well as partly with the municipality of Cajetina.

Banja Badanja

Banja Badanja

Northwestern Serbia, rich in natural resources and medicinal gifts, testifies a beautiful spa in this region, with a very unusual name - Banja Badanja. Once upon a time, there was a wooden pipe, made up of a jungle tree that directed the flow of water to the water point, and the inhabitants of this area called Badanj.

Bathing waters are extremely healing, and they have two methods of treatment - drinking and bathing. Irony waters are those that drink, and logically their use is most common for stomach problems and anemia. While the treatment of sulfur water is used by bathing, most commonly for the following types of diseases: artirits, spondylosis, rheumatism and conditions after injury. The source of this sulfur water is one of the two sources in Banja Badanji, and once used to bear the name "Salt Bar", while today it is called "Main Source", the second is the source of "Iron Water" or - sometimes "Red Water". Due to the terrain in whose geological structure there is limestone, clay, conglomerate and sands, as well as volcanic activity, this mineralization of water has occurred.

Diseases treated and treated in Banja Badanji

Rheumatism of muscles and joints
Spondylosis and other spinal problems
Gynecological diseases
Conditions after injury
Nervous diseases
Anemia and general exhaustion of the body