The mineral springs contain a large amount of carbon dioxide and ferrous ions (10 – 40 mg/l), and are called natural acidulous waters.
All of the local mineral waters are cold, with a temperature varying between 7 - 10° C. A balneological rarity is the fact that despite being located in such a small area, the water from these springs has an overall chemical composition that enables many types of illnesses to be cured.
|The Cross Spring||The Ferdinand Spring||The Rudolf Spring||The Forest Spring||The Ambrose Spring||The Caroline Spring|
|Sodium (mg/l)||2 590||2 870||80||710||57||182|
|Hydrogen-carbonate (mg/l)||2 770||3 050||1 468||1 724||333||877|
|Sulphate (mg/l)||2 945||3 173||83||623||81||197|
|Chloride (mg/l)||858||1 121||32||178||20||133|
|Free CO2 (mg/l)||2 896||2 510||2 444||2 631||2 420||2 600|
|Mineral content (g/l)||9,6||10,81||2,16||3,62||0,63||1,69|