Why choose a wellness vacation in Montenegro? Because your physical and mental health is a top priority. And who will take better care of you than the best doctor: our nature, or wellness centers that will relieve your stress, restore your radiance, and rejuvenate your spirit? We have some wonderful ideas for you!
Spa Institute "Simo Milošević" Igalo - nurtures 70 years of tradition
The length of the coast of Montenegro 293 km (117 beaches)
Mud beach (medicinal mud-peloid) is located in Igalo
Women's beach is located in Ulcinj
Nature's best medicine: The Adriatic Sea's benefits
Have you heard of thalassotherapy, or the therapeutic effects of sea water and coastal air on the human body and mind? Montenegro, with its 293 km of coastline and 117 beaches, provides 117 reasons to begin your wellness trip here. The clear sea water and clean air can be enjoyed all year, but especially from May to October, when the swimming season is open.
The sea is not only a source of inspiration for artists, but it is also a source of health for both body and soul.
Proven and with a long tradition: Institute "Simo Milošević" Igalo
With over 70 years of tradition and 70 different therapies, the Institute "Simo Milošević" in Igalo is Montenegro's largest spa, offering wellness services in addition to modern rehabilitation therapies.
Did you know that this magnificent institute was not built in this spot by chance? People used to come and rub the healing mud on sore spots, and repeat the process until they felt better. Medical research later revealed that Igalo peloid (mud) contains high levels of minerals and chemically active substances that are beneficial to the body.
In addition to the proven healing properties of mud, mineral water from Igalo contributes to overall health improvement by reducing muscle tension, pain, restoring circulation, and promoting relaxation. Have we not given you enough reasons to come and see for yourself?
Wellness centers in four and five-star hotels
Modern wellness centers attract attention with their unique combinations of traditional medical treatments and new, proven alternative products provided within Montenegro's luxury hotels, located in the north and south of the country.
From Thai, chocolate, honey or hydro-massages, to the use of volcanic stones and various essential oil wraps with special herbs to the latest technological devices for total enjoyment and indulgence, you are in excellent hands for an unforgettable vacation.
Modern beauty salons all over Montenegro
Not only have Montenegrins always been the best trained Europeans, but every city in Montenegro now has modern beauty salons offering a variety of wellness services, because Montenegrins enjoy being nurtured and beautified.
You can easily get a recommendation for a standout beauty center and follow in the footsteps of a modern Montenegrin woman by getting various facial, body, and foot treatments.
In the salons, you can also get fragrant tea or coffee to compliment your self-care experience. So, if you're already here, act like a Montenegrin and pamper yourself.
Maljevik and Women's Beach: unusual and completely free
Maljevik is a small bay near Sutomore that is hidden from view framed by a fragrant pine forest, easily accessible by foot or car. Did you know that this bay hides a health secret? The mud in the bay possesses healing properties that are well known among the locals. Discover the wonders of natural thalassotherapy, with healing mud that renews and rejuvenates - and, most importantly, all of this is still free.
Looking for a women's beach where you can heal your body and soul? The Women's Beach in Ulcinj has miraculous sulfur water springs that are thought to cure infertility. Men are not permitted to enter, as the name implies, and many women enjoy the warmth of the sun, the benefits of sulfur-enriched sea water, salty sea air mingling with the fragrance of pine, and the quiet belief that a miracle might just happen.
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