The Slatinice sulfur spring – BJ 12 – is a natural, moderately mineralized water with an increased content of the sulfide sulfur, chemical type HCO3-Cl-Ca-Na-Mg. It is an alkaline, clear, cold mineral water, without sediment with a hydrogen sulfide odor.
effect on the digestive system – slightly neutralizes stomach acid, has an anti-inflammatory effect, promotes digestion
The treatment source BJ 12 is stable in temperature and in total mineralization, with its unique combination is boundary of earthy, sulphidic and slightly radioactive waters and is suitable for the treatment of indication groups VI, VII, X and some diagnoses of indication groups I and II.
This healing spring is the youngest in the Slatinice spa, it replaced the previously used spring of St. Wenceslas. It was put into operation in 2011, it was discovered two years earlier. It springs to the surface for the public in the spa park in front of the main building. The well has a depth of 372 m and at 180 m there is a depth fault. This makes it possible to use mineral water from both deposits.
This healing spring springs to the surface from a depth of 110 m above the spa house Morava. The healing spring was discovered in 1973 and in 2000 it was reconstructed.
It was opened in 2001. The healing spring springs to the surface next to the Morava spa house from a depth of 92 m and the temperatura is about 17 °C.
In 2010 a new fountain called the Spa Flower was opened in front of the Morava spa house, through which flows the healing spring of St. George. Everything was desined and realized from the sandstone from Hořice by the artist Pavel Surma.
WARNING: Before the entrance to the sulfur bath, we recommend removing all jewellery. Unwanted discoloration of precious metals may occur.