The 2,700 m² of water surface area is divided between three thermal spa pools including 650 m² of thermal spa water and several freshwater pools:
At the end of the 70s, there was a plan to search for thermal spring water in order to further develop tourism in the Bad Radkersburg region. After many weeks of drilling work, a mineral-rich thermal spring was fi nally discovered in January 1978. One of the hottest and most mineral-rich springs in the Thermenland region has been bubbling up from a depth of 2,000 m ever since. The temperature of the spring is 80 °C and the water is then cooled down to a pleasant 34 °C – 36 °C for use in the thermal spa pools at the Parktherme. The surplus heat is used ecologically to transform the heat into energy (geothermal usage). The healthboosting and relaxing effects of the thermal spa water on the musculoskeletal system are particularly evident as you relax in the 36 °C spa pool with its high turnover of fresh thermal spa water (45,000 litres per hour). The magnesium-rich springs are responsible for Bad Radkersburg developing into such a popular health and thermal spa resort.
Health, pleasure and relaxation are becoming ever more closely interwoven and therefore quality-oriented gastronomy plays a key role at the Parktherme. In line with ist service promise of ‘down-to-earth – regional – healthy’, the Parktherme Bad Radkersburg guarantees fair production and fresh seasonal produce from the Thermenland & Vulkanland Steiermark regions. Local produce such as Styrian chicken, Johann pork, Almo beef and Weiz trout are combined with ingredients such as pumpkin and scarlet runner beans in autumn – whatever nature’s ‘treasure trove’ is offering at that time of year. A philosophy you can ‘sample’ for yourself at the Parktherme.