Gyula Spa

Gyula, the historical bathing town rich in monuments, is situated in the southeastern part of Hungary, by the Hungarian-Romanian national border. Its history goes back to the 14th century.

The town accommodated the only surviving, Gothic brick castle of Central Europe, erected in flatlands back in the 15th century, which in the summer hosts theatric performances.

Being deservedly famous for its medicinal waters, the four-star Castle Baths offer medicinal and adventure pools to guests alongside with a water paradise for children, a wave pool, giant and kamikaze shoots, as well as a competition pool that can also be used in wintertime. The wellness center awaits the guests preferring relaxation and healthy lifestyle with adventure pools, sauna and stream cabins.


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