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Three swimming pools containing salty water and now a brand new pool for youngsters is attracting guests to the leisure compound within the eastern-Slovak village of Veľaty.
The reconstruction of the compound was divided into three phases. Within the first, a soothing 25-metre pool with a depth of 130 centimetres, the place the entire household can swim, in addition to a spherical kids’s pool, was renovated.
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The household compound has been working for the reason that Nineteen Sixties, first as a caravan park and in current many years as a leisure compound related to the historic spring of Slaná studňa (Salty Effectively) in Veľaty. Along with the renovated salt swimming pools, it consists of lodging and bicycle rental. The compound is managed by the fourth era of the Rusňák household.
“Now we have presently accomplished the second stage and, because of subsidies from the area, we’re opening one other third swimming pool, which can be appropriate for very younger kids,” stated Slavomír Rusňák, proprietor of the Aqua Maria Veľaty compound, as quoted by the TASR newswire.
The pool’s depth regularly will increase from zero to 45 centimetres.
“The historical past of the native salt spring is a phenomenon for which this place deserves to be on the map of summer time vacation locations,” stated chairman of Košice Area, Rastislav Trnka, as quoted by TASR. He believes that the swimming pool within the space will present an excellent basis for multi-day holidays not just for Slovak, but in addition for overseas vacationers.
“You may take journeys in any path from right here. Attention-grabbing options embody the Slanské Hills with Slanec Fortress and the Izra mountain lake, the complete Tokaj area with its vineyards, or the Vihorlat Forest included within the UNESCO World Heritage Checklist,” Lenka Jurková Vargová, from the Košice Area Tourism group, gives suggestions for journeys as quoted by TASR.