This state-certifi ed spa resort, a veritable idyll in the Rhön hills of Bavaria, has both mineral and freshwater sings. Bad Bocklet owes its popularity to the Balthasar Neumann chalybeate spring discovered in 1724. Its high levels of carbonation and iron are unparalleled in Germany. The iron content, in particular, with its earthy, saline elements, means the waters are good for the blood and easy on the stomach. Used as a chalybeate cure, it works wonders for blood circulation thanks to the highly carbonated water. In Bad Bocklet, fresh, natural mud has been used as an additional form of treatment since the Biedermeier era. You can also take advantage of the comprehensive facilities in Bad Kissingen, Germany‘s most famous spa resort, which is just eight kilometres away. A visitor card is available which entitles you to free bus travel between the two towns.