To Jeseník Spa for an Active Holiday

To Jeseník Spa for an Active Holiday

Reinvigorate in the cleanest air in Europe

Jeseník offers a lot of opportunities of active leisure outdoors in the scenic mountain surroundings and in the spa itself. For example, the outdoor Fitpark Priessnitz has work-out machines and the leisure area has all the facilities for team sports; you can get all the equipment in the rental shop.

Where to Eat?

For example, Restaurant 1837 in the Priessnitz Sanatorium serves specialities based on old regional recipes, paired with the unique local water, good beer or excellent wines from small Moravian winemakers. Denní bar in the Priessnitz Sanatorium, the Sofie Café and Wiener Kaffeehaus will welcome you with the aroma of delicious coffee you can pair with excellent desserts made by the spa confectioner or with spa wafers.

An Ideal Starting Point for Active Summer Holiday

The Jeseníky Mountains and Rychlebské Mountains are perfect for exploring. You’ll find tourist destinations with an interesting or mysterious history, natural rarities and unique views. You can hike or rent a bike or off-road scooter in a rental shop. For example, ride to the stone Zlatý Chlum Lookout Tower, from which you’ll see all the way to Poland. Or hike to the peak of Šerák where you can have a rest and eat in the 110-year-old mountain chalet known as Chata Jiřího.

If you’re interested in checking out a tertiary underground, visit the Na Pomezí Cave, above the Lipová Spa. You can admire beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations resembling a stone heart or a dog. The Na Špičáku Cave is one of the oldest caves of its kind in Central Europe, with a fascinating Calvary area where passages are in the shape of a heart.

Plenty of Opportunities for Trips

Enjoy some romantic views of the stunning mountain scenery along the mountain railway, the Silesian Semmering from the 19th century. The mountain section goes from Branná through Ostružná all the way to Ramzová, the highest train station in the Jeseníky Mountains. Another attractive destination is the power plant called Dlouhé Stráně, one of the seven wonders of Czechia. It is known as the magic eye of the Jeseníky Mountains. And the top reservoir of the power plant at Mount Mravenečník really looks like that. You can see the medieval mining water mills and a mining settlement with a functional replica of a melting furnace in the Zlatorudné mlýny open-air museum where you can learn all about the history of gold mining in the Jeseníky Mountains.



Infocentrum Priessnitz
Priessnitzova 12/299
790 03 Jeseník