This spa exists since the 14th century and was constructed close to a monastery. Hidden on a tree-rich steep mountainside and surrounded by multiple waterfalls. Among the ruins there are some treatment tanks and a stepped pool where thermal water is still present. The thermal waters should have a temperature of around 25 degrees. The baths were destined for the poor, crippled and leprosy patients who had little money to be able to afford treatment. Diving in its waters was good for arthritic pains, paralysis, and leg sores. The spa is abandoned for more than over 100 years now.
Inside the tiny stepped pool building the small amounts of incoming light created a wonderful reflection on the calm thermal waters.
Blue paint on the decaying limestone walls.
Old wall markings. Indicating water levels in 1664?
A bridge passage over the rivers leading towards the monastery.
Ruin taken over by nature.
The main entrance road going under the bridge.