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Thermal baths have been used for healing at this location by the Knights of the Order of Saint John since at least the 12th century.
In the Ottoman period, the hot spring water was the source of the power at the so-called Csaszar Mill, which produced gunpowder and ground wheat. You can still see the parts of the mill's wall in the interior of the bathhouse.
The St. Lukács spa hotel was built in 1880, expanded with the therapeutic drinking hall in 1937, and further expanded with the complex thermal bathing facilities (daytime hospital) in 1979.
The water of the bath contains calcium, magnesium, hydrogen-carbonate and sulfate, chloride, sodium, and a substantial content of fluoride ions, aiding in the treatment of joint diseases, arthritis, and other ailments
Outdoors you can find 2 swimming pools and 1 thermal leisure pool (33-35˚ C). Indoors you can enjoy 3 thermal pools ranging between 32-40˚ C, saunas, and the plunge pools.
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