Brestovacka Banja - the most important information
Welcome to eastern Serbia and Brestovacka Banja, where you can completely relax and forget about your problems! This popular tourist place is located near Bor, near the village of Brestovac. Brestovacka Banja is located at an altitude of 385 meters. It is characterized by a temperate-continental climate, while the appearance of thermo-mineral springs was conditioned by the former volcanic activity and complex geological composition.
Features of Brestovac Spa
Brestovacka Banja is one of the oldest spas in Serbia. The charity of its waters used to be used by the Romans, and this spa flourished during the time of Miloš Obrenović. At that time, important facilities were built, which represent a cultural asset under state protection: the Turkish bath, the residence of Prince Miloš, the castle of Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević, as well as the catering facility "Izletnik". The water temperature in Brestovačka Banja ranges from 32 to 40 ° C. It contains: potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, chlorine, iodine, sulfate, carbonate and other minerals. The natural oligomineral healing waters of Brestovac Spa are used in several ways: by drinking, rinsing, spraying or bathing, while in physical therapy they also serve as auxiliary means with medicines. Diseases of the spine, bones, joints, muscles and skin are successfully treated in Brestovacka Banja, so if you have any of the above problems, be sure to visit this place. Also, spa waters help in the treatment of general exhaustion of the organism.
How to get to the spa?
- If your starting point is Belgrade, you will travel to this medicinal spa by car for about 2 and a half hours (via A1 / E75 and E761).
- From the center of Bor you can reach Brestovacka Banja in just ten minutes (via Route 37 and Route 161). We recommend the most famous taxi services in Bor: Borski Taksi (065/242 22 82) or Boom Taksi (069/640 030), as the prices of services are very affordable.
- The waters of Brestovac Spa are among the most healing waters in Serbia. Baron Herder compared them to the waters of Austrian and Swiss spas.
- The historical and ethnological exhibition of the Museum of Mining and Metallurgy from Bor is located in the Residence of Prince Miloš.
- If you need any more information, call the phone number below: 030 477 078.