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The thermal spring water of Thermae 2000 comes from deep springs that have been hidden in the calcareous soil in Limburg for over 40.000 years. The founders, physiotherapists Mr. Jaspers and Mr. Verschuur, had devised the basic philosophy ‘Mens Sana in corpore sano’ meaning: a healthy mind in a healthy body.
The word spa is an abbreviation for Sanus Per Aqua, meaning: healthy through water. The ancient Romans came up with this abbreviation. The curing in special water dates from the ancient Greek and Romans till 2500 B.C. That’s also the period when ‘Sana in Corpero Sano’ came to existence, a healthy miond in a healthy body. This philosophy was the fundamental idea when the founders started their search for thermal water. Health Resorts were originally visited for medical reasons. Later on these Health Resorts have grown to social meeting points. Nowadays these Health Resorts have become a total relaxation point with treatments, massages and beauty salons.
The German predicate that has its own thermal mineral water ‘Ursprungliches reines Wasser’, has confirmed the therapeutical effect of the water from the Cauberg. Water with a therapeutical effect on the muscles and joints. It can alleviate the pain for people with rheumatism and it has a very relaxing effect for everyone.
If you want to enjoy the view to the fullest, you can swim from the indoor pool to the outside pool. The indoor pools and outdoor pools have a temperature of approximately 33 degrees. In the outdoor pools you’ll find two whirlpools where you can relax in the fresh open air and the bubbly thermal water. You can also try to stand under the water jets and enjoy a massage of your neck and shoulders.
You can walk from the outdoor pool to the field where you can lay down and enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the Cauberg.
The water of Thermae 2000 is special thermal water. This water has been shut for over 40.000 years and therefor protected against harmful substances. In short, the water of our own spring is pure. Pure and just water can onlybe found in our thermal pools.
The water of Thermae 2000 flows from three ancient springs that are drilled in the Cauberg at Valkenburg. The thermal water has a special balance due to the unique structure of minerals and trace elements. The two springs at a depth of 381 meters provide the thermal water for the indoor and outdoor pools with a temperature of 33 degrees Celsius. A third spring is located at a depth of 80 meters. This spring provides fresh mineral drinking water.
Fully enjoying the treasure of the earth. That’s the power of the water of Thermae 2000. Therapeutical, pure, warm and rich in minerals. After being tested by the European Institute the water has been awarded with the titel ‘Urspsrunglich Rein’: the highest quality that can be given to water on a international level. Thermae 2000 does more than just the regular legally inspection. The quality of the thermal indoor and outdoor pools is constantly monitored by computers. On top of that, Thermae 2000 has multiple daily inspections.
Research has confirmed the therapeutical effect of the thermal water. It also has a very positive influence on the entire body. But above all, the water of Thermae 2000 has a pleasurable feeling. The heat will penetrate your entire body and will make you feel like rejuvenated. Take a dip in our pool and experience the positive effect yourself.
Thermae 2000 does not only have thermal indoor and outdoor pools and whirlpools but they also have a thermal excercise pool. This bath is used for physical therapy treatments and daily activities. During these daily activities the curtains of the exercise pool will be closed to create more serenity.
Thermae 2000 has four whirlpools of different sizes. The Lotus pool is located next to the swimming street. The name of this whirlpool is based on the shape of the pool (a lotus flower). The three other wirlpools are located at the large indoor pool.
The term whirlpool is based on the powerful massage jets that are pumped through the entire pool.
These jets form a water vortex-like formation at the water surface. Our whirlpools have a temperature of 34 degrees Celsius. Using whirlpools can be seen as an under water massage and it relaxes your muscles (ideal for muscle pain). A whirlpool is not the same as a Jacuzzi. This Jacuzzi is often referred as a outdoor pool. You can also enjoy the under water jets in the outdoor pools of Thermae 2000. In the outside area of the pool landscape, you’ll find a large area where you can sit or lay in the bubbels.
In the solarium of Thermae 2000, you have the choice of sunbeds and Sun Showers. The use of tanning creates vitamin D and endorphins and this makes us happy. It also ensures that you have a nice equal brown skin gets. The warmth of the sun bed gives your body a good blood supply and this is good for both the muscles and the skin.
In the solarium you have the choice of several sunbeds. The sunbeds have a glass with UV lamps at the top and bottom, this makes sure that you will get evenly brown on both the front and back. Costs for the solarium is € 5, - for 10 minutes.
In the Sun Showers you will get a literally warm sun shower in 11 minutes: up to 48 quick tan lamps give you a healthy complexion and a relaxed feeling. The cost for using the Sun Shower is € 9.50 for 11 minutes.
You do not need to book in advance for use of the solarium. As a guest of Thermae 2000, you can scan your wristband.
In our relax cinema near the thermal pools you can relax on one of the many Inventos Easy Relax massage chairs. During a lovely Shiatsu massage you’ll be able to enjoy various nature movies in HD. A brief moment for yourself and imagine yourself in the nature. The fee is only € 7,50 per twelve minutes.
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