Birštonas is a resort located in the south of Lithuania, well known for its drinking mineral water. Treatments are available for digestive tract, bloodstream, gynaecological, renal and airway disorders.
Further information on tourism opportunities is available at www.visitbirstonas.lt.
Druskininkai is a balneological, mud and climate therapy resort, located in southern Lithuania. It is the largest Lithuanian resort, famous for its chloride natrium-calcium-magnesium waters of different mineralisation (small, medium, large and dry-salted). Mineral waters are used for various balneological procedures and for drinking purposes. The climate at the resort is typical of a forested plain with continental influence and high levels of air ionisation.
In Druskininkai, mineral waters and mud are used to treat the articular, spinal, respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous systems, and gynaecological, gastric, hepatic, intestine and skin diseases.
Further information on tourism opportunities is available at www.info.druskininkai.lt.
Neringa is a resort on the Curonian Spit National Park. The distinguishing feature of Neringa is its unique landscape, which gives a feeling of peacefulness and harmony. The resort is included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites.
Further information on tourism opportunities is available at www.visitneringa.com.
Palanga is a climatic, balneological and mud therapy resort on the Baltic Sea. The most important curative factors of the resort include the climate that hardens and protects the body, waters with small, medium and large mineralisation, and curative mud.
The services provided in Palanga include physiotherapy, kinesitherapy, psychotherapy, mechanotherapy, reflexotherapy and halo-therapy procedures, as well as curative massages, curative baths and showers, curative mud and other procedures. Treatments are available for various functional disorders of the central nervous system and the cardiovascular system, neurosis, obesity, and other disorders. In Palanga, follow-up treatments are provided to patients who are recovering from infectious diseases, surgeries, heart muscle damage caused by burn-out or metabolic disorders, and those who have rheumatic and articular diseases of different origins, or radiculitis.
Further information on tourism opportunities is available at www.palangatic.lt.
Last date edited: 2012-05-09