- Swimming Pool
- Steam Room
- Relaxation Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Experience Showers
Posidonos Str. 2, GR 34300 Edipsos - Evia, Greece
Spa & Leisure
Famed for its thermal waters, Thermae Sylla Spa Wellness Hotel is about wellness, healing, treatment and relaxation. At the centre of the experience is the spa's renowned water, which springs naturally from the underground at an already hot temperature of 80-85 degrees Celsius, carrying with it minerals like radon – a powerful therapeutic element with healing properties. This is the basis of their treatments, and the water that also fills the pools. Of course, they also offer fitness classes and a gym.
When it comes to treatments, you’re talking about a really tailored experience. They offer an array of massages, facials and body wraps, all using their own brand of spa product to add that extra level of exclusivity. Of course the thermal mud balneotherapy, using the healing powers of the earth, is an absolute must!
Hotel & Accommodation
A historic and local landmark, dating back to the first years of the Hellenic Republic, Thermae Sylla Spa Wellness Hotel in Greece is a luxurious but welcoming health and wellbeing hotel and spa. Far enough from the airport that it feels like you’re getting away, but close enough to be convenient, the hotel sits on the coast and has a holistic approach to health and wellbeing, without missing out on any of the finer things in life.
When it comes to food, the hotel sources ingredients from local artisans. In fact,
right across from Evia on the mainland there is an olive grove that belongs to Thermae Sylla where they make delicious, healthy organic olive oil for hotel guests to enjoy. Taste meets health is their philosophy, and as such they won the Argyros Morfeas award of excellence for their high quality breakfast. The main restaurant, Edipsos was named after the town, and offers a wide variety of food at every meal. They also have three other restaurants including a fine dining option, traditional Greek fare, and a seafood restaurant, as well as Syllas Bar for drinks and afternoon tea and Dolphin Bar for a sunset drink by the sea.