Spa and thermal spring in Bad Radkersburg

Our special thermal water

Since 23 January 1978, Bad Radkersburg's thermal water has been bubbling to the earth's surface at a high pressure of 17 bar (equivalent to a 170 m water fountain) from a depth of two kilometres and with a unique composition.

The temperature of the thermal water is 80°C and is cooled down to a pleasant 34°C - 36°C for the thermal pools. The unused heat is used completely ecologically.

With a mineral content of approx. 8000 mg per liter, the thermal spring of Bad Radkersburg is one of the mineral-richest mineral springs in Austria. In the spring pool with the highest supply of fresh thermal water, the health-promoting effect of the Bad Radkersburger thermal water is particularly noticeable.

This special effect also supports regeneration during a 3-week inpatient stay at the Vita med health centre of the Parktherme.

The guests of the Parktherme Bad Radkersburg find a varied offer of moving relaxation offers on approx. 2700 m² water surface.


Worth knowing about our thermal water

4 times the temperature

With 80°C the spring water of the Parktherme bubbles up - 4 times the temperature, because from 20°C a spring is already regarded as a thermal spring.

8 times the mineralization

The thermal spring of Bad Radkersburg contains almost 8000 mg of minerals per liter - from 1000 mg per liter, water is already considered to be medicinal water.

170 m water fountain

The thermal water does not have to be pumped to the surface, but has an inherent pressure of approx. 17 bar - corresponding to a water column of approx. 170 m in height.

Extract from the medicinal water analyses 2014 (rehearsal 3A)

Institute for Chemistry
Analytical Chemistry
Karl-Franzens-University Graz
Source of healing indications