The Mahalat thermal spring is located to the northeast of Mahalat city. This spring is one of the most important mineral water springs in Markazi province. It is one of the deep thermal springs which become warm through vapors of burning stones of inner layers of the earth and finally reach the surface. The Mahalat Thermal Spring has attracted tourists since long ago. Every year thousands of people come to this area from far and near by vicinities, in order to cure their skin or bone diseases.
The temperature of the water is 50 centigrade and is effective in healing different kinds of diseases such as gout, diseases related to kidneys, liver, etc. There are two different kinds of thermal springs in Mahalat according to their chemical compositions and effects. These are called, healing water and rheumatism waters. The best season to make use of Mahalat thermal springs is spring and summer. Near these thermal springs, many hotels, a tourist lodge and a public bath was built. The inhabitants believe that the amount of warm water has increased after the earthquake which took place 40 years ago. Near the Mahalat thermal spring, there are several mineral springs. The most important ones are: the Shafa, Soleiman and Hakeem Springs which are effective in healing many skin and rheumatic disorders.
The township of Mahalat (Mahallat) is located to the southeast of MARKAZI province, and is among the plains in the mountains. It is surrounded by heights and has a mountainous climate. Mahalat is 362 km. from Tehran, and is on the skirts of the heights. ...
Located 28 km. away from the city of Ardabil, this complex of various thermal springs can be used by reaching the small town of Sar Ein at the foot of the Sabalan Mountains. ...MORE
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