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HINT Water Park Besenova Bešeňová

Water Park Besenova

Bešeňová (area: Choč Mountains, region: Liptov)

Water park Besenova is a well-known and favourite health and leisure centre located in picturesque surroundings of massifs of Chocske Vrchy, Low Tatras and Velka Fatra, about 12 kilometres from Ruzomberok. The centre is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Slovakia. Thermal spa in Besenova is open all over the year. It was established based on its hot healing springs spewing from a depth of 1987 metres. Depending on season water in pools is 36°C to 40°C hot. Water in there is cooled down to be comfortable and fresh and to have profitable effects to a body. Thermal water is especially...

Aqua-Vital Park Lúčky Lúčky

Aqua-Vital Park Lúčky

Lúčky (area: Choč Mountains, region: Liptov)

Aqua - Vital Park can be found in the Spa Lucky, lying in Liptov region under Choc Mountains. Open all year round swimming pool offers outdoor pools, some also with thermal water, outdoor and indoor vital world. The outdoor pools includes sitting pool with healing mineralized water at 36 °C to 38 °C and recreation pool with water attractions (28 °C - 33 °C). At the outdoor pools there is a playground for volleyball. Children can have fun on the trampoline, swings and climbing frames. The sauna world features Finnish sauna, steam bath, Kneipp bath. In the indoor part you can relax in mineral...

HAVRÁNOK Liptovská Sielnica

HAVRÁNOK

Liptovská Sielnica (area: Choč Mountains, region: Liptov)

Havránok is an important archaeological site in northern Slovakia. It is located on a hill above the Liptovská Mara water reservoir around 2 km from the village of Bobrovník, about halfway between Ružomberok and Liptovský Mikuláš in the Liptov region. The archaeologists unearthed a prehistoric Celtic hill fort and a medieval wooden castle in the 1960s, during the construction of the Liptovská Mara dam. Both objects have been partially reconstructed. During the Iron Age and the Roman Era, the shrine of Havránok was an important religious center of the Celts living in Slovakia.

Likava Castle Ruins and Museum Likavka

Likava Castle Ruins and Museum

Likavka (area: Choč Mountains, region: Liptov)

The ruins of the Likava Castle tower above the village Likavka near the town of Ruzomberok in the Liptov Region. The first written reference comes from the first half of the 14th century, but it is likely that it was built back in 12th to 13th century. The castle originally served to guard the trade route from the region of the river Váh (Považie) to Orava continuing to Poland. The castle consists only of walls built on the highest point of the rock. Last period of the expansion of the castle was during the reign Thokoly when the castle was rebuilt and luxuriously furnished. In 1670 it was...

Liptov castle Kalameny

Liptov castle

Kalameny (area: Choč Mountains, region: Liptov)

Liptovský hrad (Sielnický hrad or Liptovský Starý hrad) is a ruin of a castle in the Chočské vrchy, on the Sestrč hill at an altitude of more than 900 m above sea level. m. The remains of the castle are located above the villages of Kalameny and Bukovina. It was the highest castle in Slovakia and was also one of the highest in Central Europe. The castle was built by King Belo IV. and performed a defensive function. It was destroyed several times and subsequently expanded, and later became the seat of Liptov County. In the 15th century, after the suppression of the anti-royal uprising, the...

Lúčanský vodopád Lúčky

Lúčanský vodopád

Lúčky (area: Choč Mountains, region: Liptov)

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Thermal spring Kalameny Kalameny

Thermal spring Kalameny

Kalameny (area: Choč Mountains, region: Liptov)

At the mouth of the Kalamenská valley, visitors can bathe in a pond, into which warm thermal water from a thermal well springs, and thus enjoy the effects of healing water. You can reach it from the village of Kalameny if you head north for 1 km. The village is located in Liptov, 11 km northeast of the town of Ružomberok at the foot of the Choč Hills. The natural, weakly mineralized water in the pond, which is close to the road, has a sulfur odor. The spring was drilled in 2000 as part of a survey in the Kalamenská valley near Medokýš. Later, the local inhabitants of the village of Kalameny...

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