Zur Alpenregion Tegernsee Schliersee
Iodine Sulphur Springs
As early as 1922, the town of ‘Wiessee’ was awarded the title ‘Bad’, which made it a ‘spa town’. Natural springs in the area are rich in iodine, sulphur, fluoride as well as sodium chloride and are known to cure diseases of the eyes and airways, skin and cardiovascular system as well as inflammatory diseases such as rheumatism. The source's pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects may be enjoyed in the tradition-steeped spa facilities of the Jodschwefelbad. Moreover, the forward-thinking spa town on the western shore of Lake Tegernsee offers novel health programmes, highly specialised clinics and state-of-the-art therapy centres for the well-being of its guests.
More information on the iodine sulphur springs: Jodschwefelbad Bad Wiessee