Lázně Libverda, a.s. focuses on spa treatment for heart and blood circulatory system diseases. It may also serve as a suitable place for sports and relaxation stays. To relax, you can visit a rehabilitation pool placed directly on the colonnade. Visiting the newly built Jizera wellness centre is a good opportunity to enjoy total body regeneration and relaxation, not only due to the beautiful surroundings where you forget all your worries but also due to the offer of quality wellness services. Accommodation in this spa resort is divided into several categories. Most of the accommodation facilities have undergone extensive restoration and now offer comfortable accommodation in modern rooms.
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The Libverda Spa is a traditional spa resort located in the small town of the same name in the picturesque range of the Jizera Mountains, altitude 424 metres above sea level. Thanks to its location and favourable climate the spa offers good conditions for treatment, relaxation and leisure time activities.
During the 14th century, the therapeutic effects of the local mineral springs were discovered. Over the course of time, the water from these springs has earned the title “Water of God”. The spa´s greatest fame came in the 18th century when it became one of the residences of the Clam-Gallas noble family.
Natural mineral water of a bicarbonate type.
Adults: circulatory system diseases, endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases, neurological diseases, musculoskeletal system diseases, skin diseases, gynaecological diseases.
Besides tourist destinations in the vicinity of the Libverda Spa (Štolpich Waterfalls, Smrk Mountain, Huge Barrel Restaurant (Obří Sud), Hejnice Basilica), there are also tennis courts, a miniature golf course, fitness centre and cardio-trail right in the spa area. Those who love winter sports will appreciate the near cross-country ski trails and ski centre Świeradow Zdrój for downhill skiing. In the summer months, the whole region is suitable for hiking and cycling.
Bedřichov: A dam built on the Černá Nisa River in the years 1902–1905.
Frýdlant: A Gothic castle with an adjacent Renaissance chateau.
Frýdlant Heights: A lookout tower offering gorgeous views of the steep slopes of the Jizera Mountains.
Hejnice: A remarkable Baroque Church of the Virgin Mary Visitation with beautiful decorations and the adjacent Franciscan Church; it used to be a popular pilgrimage place in this region.
Smrk in Jizera Mountains: A new 20 metre metal lookout tower, offering gorgeous views of parts of Bohemia, Poland and Germany.