Park Tunjice natural healing resort
Distance 7km/15 minutes from the chalet
Park Tunjice natural healing resort -The village of Tunjice is an idyllic village lying on the Slovenian Alps' foothills, close to the town of Kamnik. Millions of years ago the area was covered by the sea thus, the province is famous for its fossils, sanded marls and high-grade limestone formed in far Miocene.The Natural Healing Resort is placed on the Northeast side of Kamnik city in a large dense forest nearby the picturesque baroque church of St. Ana. Within a range of 10.000 square meters of slowly inclining piece of land is a spa with healing water and several energy springs, marked with circles and ideograms of different shapes.
"People in the past lived in harmony with nature and had knowledge of energies which cris-cross the earth like veins. The energies streams reach the surface on different places and create energetically rich areas. Due to positive impacts on human health state and feeling such areas were known as natural resorts. The findings of researches carried out in Tunjice pointed out several energy springs with a special healing effect on one or more organic systems in a human body. Lots of visitors feel invigorated after making a circuit through the energy springs and in general feel invigorated. They report resistance to colds and influenza and a general sense of well being. People have recovered from all manner of conditions including persistent headaches, nervous illnesses, rheumatism, tinnitus and many more."
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