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Pomorie, one of Bulgaria's best known mud
treatment and seaside resorts, was founded during the 5th century
B.C., when it was known as Anhialo
Pomorie, one of Bulgaria's best known mud treatment and seaside resorts,
was founded during the 5th century B.C., when it was known as Anhialo.
It is situated on a peninsula which juts out 2 km into the sea, 20 km
north of the city of Bourgas. The famous Pomorie curative mud lake and
salt pans, numerous vineyards and gardens are located nearby. The prime
curative factors are the Pomorie curative mud, the lake lye, the favourable
sea climate, the sea and beach.
CURATIVE MUD consists of sedimentary firth mud which is finely structured,
pliable and only, with an odor of hydrogen sulphide. In its liquid phase
it contains sulphates, magnesium, bromine, iodine, humic acids, hormone-like
substances, vitamins, amino acids and metasilicic acid. Curative mud
preparation are also used in the form of mud pastes, mud extracts for
ointments and electrophoresis. THE SEA LYE, which contains a host of
curative ions such as magnesium, bromine, iodine and sulphate ones,
and is used for dressings and electrophoresis, is of great therapeutic
The favourable sea climate with plenty of sunshine, the wide beach
strip, the relatively high average annual temperature (13°C), the sea
and, above all, the unique Pomorie curative mud and lye, have made Pomorie
a much frequent and popular resort for treatment, prophilactys and recreation
throughout the year.
Main indications for year-round treatment:
Disturbances of he locomotory system - arthritic and rheumatic complaints,
arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, post-traumatic states, gout diseases
of the muscles and tendons, etc.
Gynaecological diseases - chronic adnexitis, parametritis, sterility
in women, etc.
Disturbances of the male reproductive system - chronic prostatitis,
operative infiltration, sterility.
Neurological disorders: neuritis, plexitis, slipped disc, radiculitis,
Skin diseases - psoriasis vulgaris, eczemas, neurodermatitis, Buerger's
and Raynaud's disease.