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ETAD Reopens Thermal Spas in Four Greek Destinations

Greece’s Public Properties Company (ETAD) has reopened the facilities of the thermal spas it manages in four Greek destinations.

The announcement came a few days after Greek authorities decided to reopen wellness services across the country.

ETAD reopened the thermal springs of lake Kaiafa in western Peloponnese; Edipsos on Evia; and Ypati near Karpenissi, on June 19, while the thermal springs of Nigrita near Serres will resume operations on July 15.

The company has completed all necessary maintenance works in the facilities of the thermal spas to ensure the safety of visitors and provide high-quality services.

  • Kaiafas Thermal Spa
Kaifa Lake. Photo © ETAD

Kaifa Lake. Photo © ETAD

The Kaiafas Thermal Spa facility, located in western Peloponnese, covers an area of approximately 6,139,000 square meters including the forest area. A part of the European Natura 2000 network, the property includes a two-star hotel, a hydrotherapy center with a thermal bath pool, individual hydrotherapy baths, customer lounges and an outdoor heated pool with an open roof.

  • Edipsos Thermal Spa
Outdoor pool. Photo © ETAD

Outdoor pool. Photo © ETAD

The Edipsos Thermal Spa on Evia is one of the largest and most modern spas of Greece. Its facilities include an outdoor pool, baths (luxury and regular), whirlpool baths, hydro-massage and an indoor pool. The outdoor swimming pool serves around 15,500 guests per year.

  • Ypati Thermal Spa
Photo © ETAD

Ypati Thermal Spa facilities. Photo © ETAD

The Ypati Thermal Spa is about 18 kilometers west of Lamia near Karpenissi. It offers a hydrotherapy center, luxury baths surrounded by a number of waiting and rest rooms for bathers, an outdoor swimming pool and a physiotherapy clinic.

  • Nigrita Thermal Spa
Nigrita Thermal Spa facilities. Photo © ETAD

Nigrita Thermal Spa facilities. Photo © ETAD

The Nigrita Thermal Spa is located near the northern city of Serres and 70 kilometers from Thessaloniki. Its hotel and hydrotherapy center operate on a plot of 12,200 square meters.

According to ETAD, the thermal spas and their facilities are operating in accordance with the latest Covid-19 health and safety protocols as announced by the Greek authorities. All facilities are frequently disinfected while all staff members regularly conduct self tests for Covid-19.

In addition, all guests are requested to wear a mask when entering the facilities and while using the hydrotherapy center. It is also mandatory for them to receive a health certificate from the doctor of each thermal spa’s clinic.

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