The Kundratice Spa Sanatorium, one the oldest spas in the Czech Republic, was privatized in 1992 and the joint-stock company Lázně Kunratice a.s. has since been formed and incorporated. To treat the musculoskeletal system the spa uses the traditional natural resource of sulphur-ferrous peat. Bathing in the natural curative sulphur-ferrous peat is the fundamental therapeutic programme. The accommodation facility comprises 3 spa buildings – Šárka, Dalibor and Přemysl.
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The Kundratice Spa came into existence in 1881 as part of the town of Osečná, and it is considered one of the oldest spas in Bohemia. Sulphur-ferrous peat is used here as a curative natural resource. The Kundratice Spa provides therapies that have beneficial effects on the musculoskeletal system. The location of the sanatorium takes advantage of the very favourable climate of the Ještěd mountain range, which protects the Kundratice Spa from the cold north-east winds. The surrounding countryside is rich in pine woods, groves, meadows and ponds.
Local resource of natural peloids.
Adults: neurological diseases, musculoskeletal system diseases.
Miniature golf and tennis courts. An ideal place for hiking and cycling. The spa also offers fishing and swimming opportunities.
Ještěd – Hotel with TW tower: The dominant structure of Liberec to which the August Perret Prize for architecture was awarded. The lookout platform offers a wonderful view of the countryside.
Red Rock: A lookout tower offering a view of the Ještěd lowlands.
Lemberk: A castle, the history of which is inseparably linked with the name and destiny of St. Zdislava of Lemberk. The museum exhibition is dedicated to this exceptional woman. Besides this, the castle presents an exhibition of modern glass and a so called “fairytale lounge”.
Sychrov: A castle rebuilt into the shapes of romantic Gothic. Ještěd lowlands. Museum of Karolína Světlá.