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The Lithuanian seaside is known for its breath-taking and unique landscape. One of its key features – sand dunes – has long been an object of fascination with many prominent local and foreign painters, photographers, writers, and other artists.
The Lithuanian seaside is known for its breath-taking and unique landscape. One of its key features – sand dunes – has long been an object of fascination with many prominent local and foreign painters, photographers, writers, and other artists.

Apart from the region’s numerous charming fishing hamlets and broad selection of cultural events, Lithuania’s share of the Baltic coastline is also valued for its health-promoting qualities. For instance, Neringa – a 52-kilometre strip of sandy terrain – is often referred to as an open-air SPA resort. Those interested in health and medical tourism choose this region for its high quality services, pleasant atmosphere, and remarkable nature.

Procedures available to guests here include physiotherapy, kinesiotherapy, psychotherapy, mechanotherapy, reflexotherapy, and halotherapeutic massage. And this is in addition to therapeutic mud baths and showers – and more.
Feel like exercising? Then why not enjoy leisurely bike and horse riding along the coast, a refreshing dip in the sea or jump into a hydrocycle and glide across the water, all the while breathing fresh ionised air – the perfect complement to any health and wellness programme.

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