The Klimkovice Sanatoria is a spa resort with an excellent quality of treatment, the origin of which is in the extraordinary natural curative resource – high-content '''iodine-bromine brine'''. Klimkovice, with its modern concept, is totally different from the traditional spa resort. The marvellous architecture is surrounded by extensive park gardens, offering barrier-free comfort. The client can find all that he or she needs for treatment, relaxation, rest and social relations all under one roof. The spa premises are comprised of two '''spa sanatoria A''' and '''B,''' interconnected with an underground corridor. With both a unique location and healing resource, the Klimkovice Sanatorium is an extraordinary place where you can again find health, peace, harmony and life enthusiasm.
The Spa premises in Klimkovice are located in the woody countryside at the foothills of the Nízký Jeseník Mountains in beautiful natural scenery with a view of the Beskydy Mountains. Spa guests come here mainly to enjoy the curative baths in the local iodine-bromine water, so called “brine”, which has general healing effects on the human body. It helps in the treatment of musculoskeletal system diseases, neurological and gynaecological diseases. It is also beneficial for the vascular system.
Adults + children and teenagers: circulatory system diseases, endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases, neurological diseases, musculoskeletal system diseases, gynaecological diseases
There are many sports opportunities in the spa, including miniature golf, tennis, table tennis, billiard, Russian skittles and bike rentals. The surrounding area is full of hiking and cycling trails. In the sanatoria you can enjoy a wonderful time in the Café Kolonáda, Zahrada Restaurant or Cinema Bar with a summer terrace. The spa resort also offers cultural events, selected wellness procedures and swimming in the pool.
Klimkovice: Historical square, Gothic Church of St. Catherine surrounded by the Petr Bezruč Park, Church of the Holy Trinity.
Ostrava: Planetarium and Observatory of Johann Palisa.
Studénka: Railway Museum situated in the Baroque castle premises.
Ostrava-Landek: Coal Mining Museum in Petřkovice, one of the biggest museums of this type in Europe, exposition devoted to coal mining and excursions to the collieries.