Dead Sea Holiday

Vacation at the Dead Sea - Unique Beauty and Spa Experience

The Dead Sea is an 800 km² salt lake without a drain, which is fed by the Jordan River. Located 400 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the deepest point on earth, bordering Jordan, Israel and the West Bank.

During a holiday at the Dead Sea, Jordan attracts guests with a desert-like climate, which is characterized by very hot and dry summer months with temperatures up to 38°C. Jordan is also known for its varied landscape, two thirds of which is mountainous and characterised by massive rocks. The western shore of the Dead Sea, on the other hand, attracts with its lush flora and fauna, exotic bird species and numerous banana and date trees.

There are also many interesting places to explore during a Dead Sea holiday. Especially the ancient rock town of Petra in the mountains and the desert landscape of Jordan are worth an excursion, because both have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. For sports enthusiasts, a diving excursion is recommended during a holiday at the Dead Sea, for example at the diving spots of Aqaba. Here is a real diving paradise with a breathtaking variety of species around the most northern coral reefs in the world. No wonder that it is one of the most famous diving spots in the world and should not be missed during a holiday at the Dead Sea.

Vacation at the Dead Sea - get to know the unique healing powers

The Dead Sea is considered to be the most mineral-rich water in the world and is therefore known worldwide. The water consists of 53% magnesium and 37% potassium chloride, making it particularly suitable for the treatment of skin problems such as psoriasis and neurodermatitis during a holiday at the Dead Sea. Bathing in the Dead Sea also relieves the joints and spine. Sulphur baths and Dead Sea organic mud packs are used to alleviate rheumatic complaints and give guests a new sense of well-being.

Not only a healing spa holiday but also a bathing vacation is something completely special here. Because the buoyancy of the water makes it possible also for non-swimmers to bathe with all year round pleasant temperatures!

Locations in the Dead Sea region