The medicinal water in the town was first discovered in 1956: the water bubbling up from the 993-metre deep well has a temperature of 41 degrees Celsius. The first real beach was established in the 1960's, with tubs that were initially for personal bathing – the medicinal aspect only came to the fore in the 1980's. In addition to its thermal water, the location is also known for the Maros medicinal mud, one of five such registered products in Hungary. It is suitable for the treatment of dermatological and neurological diseases, chronic musculoskeletal complaints and gynaecological inflammations.
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