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The treasure of Hévíz

The thousands of years old turf bottom thermal lake is fed by the cold and warm sources rich in minerals found in the 38 m deep source cave.

The lake produced 410 l/sec., which means that water is changed every three days. The erupting water’s temperature at the source is 38,5 C and the lake’s temperature varies between 24 C and 38 C according to the season, which enables winter bathing.

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Hévíz Lake is a wonder

The 3,8 ha lake Echo of New Zealand is second largest after Hévíz in terms of size, however it is unsuitable for bathing due to its water temperature (50-55 C).

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