Thanks to its thermal springs, Riccione Terme spa centre offers health and beauty treatments. Its facilities are immersed in a beautiful natural park. Perle d'Acqua Park is just few steps from the beach and attracts visitors with open air pools and revitalizing hydropaths.
Precious spring waters rich in sulphur, bromine, iodine, sodium chloride and magnesium are used for inhalations, mud baths, massages, and rhinogenous deafness. A leading medical equipe employs them for cure and prevention, along with mud matured in thermal water, with real and visible results.
Riccione Terme has created Oasi Spa, the right place for getting rid of stress: a new fitness department with mud baths in the Venetian Grotto, the thermal pools with different temperatures, hydrotherapy baths and vascular treatments, infrared myorelaxant programmes and the Pompeian Grotto.
For further information and opening time visit Riccione Terme website
Spiaggia del Benessere (zone 49 - 50) is the only beach in Riccione with Pool, Hydro-massage and Vascular Treatment Paths with Hot Springs. The hot springs come from Riccione Terme spa centre.
Apart from the regular services provided by seaside facilities, the wellness beach offers a series of specific services for wellness:
- Vascular Treatment Path
- Pool with Hot Springs
Viale Gramsci, 113
Tel. no. + 39 0541 600807
Viale Ariosto 5
Tel. no. + 39 0541 692150
Viale Gramsci 95
Tel. no. + 39 0541 601506
Belvedere Spa & Beauty
Viale Gramsci, 87
Tel. no. + 39 0541 697082
Via Milano, 67
Tel. no. + 39 0541 600852
Centro Benessere Hotel Promenade
Via Puccini n 4
Tel. no. + 39 0541 642896
Centro Benessere Aqua Wellness Area
Many other hotels are equipped with smaller areas dedicated to relaxing and wellbeing and furnished with sauna, hydro-massage tub, equipped gym, sun terrace. For further information visit Riviera di Rimini dedicated pages
The name (in local pronunciation Arcaton) comes from the Greek and Byzantine occupation dated back to the sixth century AD: "Archeion" is the name of a plant, the burr, which still grows spontaneously in some areas of the beach now occupied by the bathing establishments but which was once abundant on the desert shore of Riccione.