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Take a Spa Break: Rácz Thermal Bath - Budapest, Hungary    The Rácz Thermal Bath, located in...

Take a Spa Break: Rácz Thermal Bath - Budapest, Hungary The Rácz Thermal Bath, located in.

Take a Spa Break: The Therme Vals - Vals Switzerland    Therme Vals is the hotel/spa complex in Vals...

The Therme Vals hotel and spa by Peter Zumthor, built over the only thermal springs in the Graubunden Canton, Switzerland. This alone is a good reason to visit Switzerland.

Manliest Pool – Starkenberger Beer Pool, Tarrenz, Austria.  Beer lovers will be forgiven for thinking they’ve died and gone to heaven when they encounter the Starkenberger Beer Pool, the world’s only beer-filled swimming pool. Aside from the novelty factor, there is actually a point to bathing in beer- it is rich in vitamins and calcium, and therefore very good for the skin. Probably best to avoid drinking it though. No one likes a warm beer.

At the Starkenberger Brewery in Tarrenz, Austria, you can take a dip in the world's only pool filled entirely with beer.

Jökulsárlón, Iceland  It’s unlikely you would want to sunbathe here (although at times it is drenched in 24 hour sunlight) as it’s not particularly warm. Jökulsárlón is a glacial lake in Iceland, and the beach on the outskirts is made of black sand. One of the most striking things about this beach is the pieces of glacier that have broken off and lay strewn across the beach. They look like big clear crystals. It’s very atmospheric.

Jökulsárlón, Iceland It’s unlikely you would want to sunbathe here (although at times it is drenched in 24 hour sunlight) as it’s not particularly warm. Jökulsárlón is a glacial lake in Iceland, and the beach on the outskirts is made of black sand. One of the most striking things about this beach is the pieces of glacier that have broken off and lay strewn across the beach. They look like big clear crystals. It’s very atmospheric.

Take a Spa Break: Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa – Reykjavik, Iceland    The Blue Lagoon (Icelandic: Bláa...

Take a Spa Break: Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa – Reykjavik, Iceland The Blue Lagoon (Icelandic: Bláa.

Take a Spa Break: Spa Wellness Centre at Boscolo Exedra Nice, France    Hyper-contemporary, designed...

Take a Spa Break: Spa Wellness Centre at Boscolo Exedra Nice, France Hyper-contemporary, designed.

Take a Spa Break: Das Kranzbach Hotel and Wellness Retreat – Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany    At the...

Take a Spa Break: Das Kranzbach Hotel and Wellness Retreat – Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany At the.

Take a Spa Break: Les Bains des Docks - Le Havre, France    Les Bains Des Docks (The Bath by the docks...

You're looking at what may be the world's most beautiful swimming pool and aquatic center. Les Bains Des Docks Aquatic Center in Le Havre, France, is the

Take a Spa Break: Badeschiff – Berlin, Germany    The Badeschiff (in English, "bathing ship") is a...

Take a Spa Break: Badeschiff – Berlin, Germany The Badeschiff (in English, "bathing ship") is a.

Take a Spa Break: Therme Wien – Vienna, Austria    Therme Wien, opened in Autumn 2010 and is one of...

Take a Spa Break: Therme Wien – Vienna, Austria Therme Wien, opened in Autumn 2010 and is one of.

Monday Blues Try... Golf ball massage Golf is a sport that attracts more than its fair share of gimmicky gifts, but this themed experience flies right off the fairway. Therapists whip out some ready-warmed balls and roll them along the muscles of the spine and neck. The massage is tailored to relax the tension caused by the golf swing.

Monday Blues Try... Golf ball massage Golf is a sport that attracts more than its fair share of gimmicky gifts, but this themed experience flies right off the fairway. Therapists whip out some ready-warmed balls and roll them along the muscles of the spine and neck. The massage is tailored to relax the tension caused by the golf swing.

Hot Water Beach, New Zealand It seems a little odd that, considering the sea is only a few metres away, people dig to get to the water on this beach. Well, as the name suggests there is a little more to it than that. The beachgoers are actually digging to get access to the waters of a hot spring that runs underneath the beach.

Twice a day (with the tides) this unique natural attraction offers a free experience for tourists and locals, it close by to other natural attractions and Cooks Beach and Whitianga that has some top Cafes and Restaurants, load of Accommodation.

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