Called "the pearl of Polish spas", lies on the hills along the valley of the Kryniczanka stream, at the eastern end of the Beskid Sadecki range.
The spa's history dates back to the 18th century, when the first spa houses were built. The spa has stunning historical wooden and brick architecture.
Especially worth mentioning is one of Europe's most beautiful pump-rooms, which has a marvellous indoor promenade with a winter garden and theatre complex.
Main treatment areas:
Diseases of the urinary and digestive systems, diseases of the blood and the haematopoietic system, female diseases, diabetes.
Natural therapeutic resources:
Jan (0.07%) oxalate water, Mieczyslaw and Slotwinka (0.43%) bicarbonate-calcium-magnesium oxalate waters, Zuber I, II, III, IV (2.1- 2.7%) bicarbonate-calcium, magnesium, chalybeate oxalate waters, therapeutic mud.
Geovita SPA & Wellness Institute
Geovita SPA & Wellness Institute is located in the resort part of the town, on a small hill, 15 minutes walk from the Health Resort House and near the Resort Park. In the centre of the town there is the Main Mineral Waters Pump-Room, the Museum of Nikifor and the very picturesque Walking Tract
The four-star Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris in Krynica-Zdroj embodies the SPA concept, which today is the synonym of luxury and holistic care for psychic and physical well being.
The Dr Irena Eris Cosmetics Institute, located within the Hotel, offers face and body care treatments, massages, water treatments, dermatological advice, hairstyling and other services.