A source of health in Prutz
Visit Sauerbrunn spring!
Enjoy the healing effects of pure spring water along ancient Via Claudia Augusta!
Back in 1750, a thermal spring called Obladis Sauerbrunn was tapped in the municipality of Prutz, Austria. The spring, located along the ancient Roman road Via Claudia Augusta, had been known since 1212. Its water contains a variety of health-promoting minerals, such as iron, calcium, magnesium, and sulfur. It’s no wonder that water from Sauerbrunn spring is said to have a healing effect on diseases of the kidney, liver, intestines, stomach, pancreas, and other organs. The cardiovascular system in particular benefits from the high levels of magnesium in the naturally acidic spring water. But drinking cures also promise relief for gastritis, asthma, heartburn, and metabolic diseases.
Even if you’re fit and healthy, we still recommend a visit to Sauerbrunn spring – especially on the saddle of your bike. The landscapes along the way are magnificent and the delicious water offers wonderful refreshment on hot summer days. If you are spending your holidays in Tyrol, Sauerbrunn spring is always worth a visit!