Leave behind the stress, daily worries, noise and pollution. Val di Pejo is a haven of wellbeing and a natural source of energy for the whole family. Pejo Thermal Spa is located in Stelvio National Park at 1,390 meters asl. They are a perfect example of the synergy between nature and wellbeing; they are immersed in an alpine valley dominated by the peaks of the Ortles-Cevedale Mountain range and rich in alpine lakes, streams and waterfalls. Known since ancient times for their important therapeutic effects, Pejo thermal water combines their curative properties with the unequalled appeal of protected enchanting Alpine scenery.
Alpine wellness in a natural paradise, a real oasis of wellbeing for both mind and body, a place where you will find back your psychophysical balance of emotions and senses.
Water is the real protagonist in Val di Pejo. Here you can enjoy the benefits of three different mineral water springs: Antica Fonte, Nuova Fonte and Fonte Alpina. These springs are used to treat various pathologies such as arthritis/rheumatism and vascular, ENT, gastrointestinal and urinary tract issues. Treat yourself to unique mud, thermal bath and inhalation treatments. In the wellness area, enjoy rewarding moments that stir the emotions and the senses: holiday relaxation like no other.
water is the real hero
Rich in bicarbonates, the three thermal springs are also used for treating joint diseases, blood and lymphatic circulation, skin and respiratory tract issues as well as impairment of the gastroenteric apparatus and the urinary tract.
a real oasis of wellbeing for both the mind and body, a place where you will rediscover your psychophysical balance of emotions and senses. Wellness, fitness, swimming-pool, massages and beauty tratments.
The Terme di Pejo is located in Pejo Fonti. If you do not stay in Pejo Fonti, you can reach the spa center on your own or by means of public transport service or by the special shuttle bus that runs both in the summer and winter. The Pejo Thermal Baths are open in the summer (from June to October) and in the winter period (from December to April).
Water and rocks are closely connected: the three mineral sources of the Val di Pejo originate within the Ortles-Cevedale Mountain massif. The water in each source is different from the others.