The Kundratice Spa, Kundratice

The Kundratice Spa was founded as part of the village of Osečná in 1881 and is one of the oldest spas in the Czech Republic which uses naturally occurring peat in its treatment programs. The health resort enjoys pleasant weather in its location in the Ještěd hills, which shield the spa from the cold north easterly winds. The main treatment offered comprises iron sulphide peat baths, supplemented by a range of other procedures. The main treatments offered focus on motor skills and rheumatic complaints. The surrounding countryside is rich in pine forests, woods, meadows and ponds. The neighbouring forests are rich  in  forest  fruits are a  popular  destination

for children’s summer camps. The spa is part of the village of Osečná, one kilometre to the west. There are a number of interesting sites in the district including the ruined castle of Děvín (4.5km), the source of the river Ploučnice and its artesian outflow (3.5km) and the summit of Ještěd (11km). Villages in the area include Hamr (6.5km), Chrástná (2km), Kotel (Čertova zeď) (5km), Stráž pod Ralskem (uranium ore deposits) (9.5km) and Světlá pod Ještědem (recreated in the writings of the author Karolina Světlá) (8km).

Edited by OHK v Jablonci nad Nisou
Translation: EDUCA – vzdělávací centrum, s.r.o., Jablonec nad Nisou 


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