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AN OVERVIEW OF NATIONAL SPA ASSOCIATIONS WORLDWIDE


Description: NAST cooperates in the protection, development and ecological use of natural resources across Bulgaria. It also works to promote spa tourism. Members comprise high-end spa resorts, hotels, day spas and equipment and product suppliers.


International Spa & Tourism Association (ISPAT) www.ispam.biz


CYPRUS


Cyprus Spa Association PO Box 21455, 1509 Nicosia, Cyprus T: +357 22 88 98 90 E: cyprusspa@ccci.org.cy www.cyprusspaassociation.com Country represented: Cyprus Description: This association represents the spa industry in Cyprus by protecting and developing the reputation of the country as a spa destination.


THE CZECH REPUBLIC


Association of the Spa Places of the Czech Republic www.spas.cz


Czech Association of Wellness Havelská 23, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic T: +420 224 222 368 E: office@spa-wellness.cz www.spa-wellness.cz Country represented: the Czech Republic Description: This association works to develop and promote wellness by publications, conferences and trade fairs; to monitor the quality of certification bodies; and to create wellness educational activities, training courses and seminars.


www.spahandbook.com ESTONIA


Estonian Spa Association www.estonianspas.eu


FRANCE National Council of Thermal Operators/Conseil Nationale des Exploitants Thermaux (CNETh) 1 rue Cels, Paris 75014, France T: +33 1 53 91 05 75 www.medecinethermale.fr Country represented: France Description: Established in 2002, CNETh is the French national council of thermal spa operators representing almost all facilities in the sector. Its mission is to work with the government to improve the recognition of thermal medicine.


Thermal and Climate Federation of France/Fédération Thermale et Climatique Française (FTCF) 71 ter, rue Froidevaux, Paris 75014, France T: +33 1 40 47 57 33 E: info@federationthermale.org www.federationthermale.org Country represented: France Description: The FTCF was created in March 1924. Its role is to unite the various


Czech Healing Spa Association (SLL) Hvozdanska 2053/3, Prague 14800, Czech Republic T: +420 222 511 763 E: sekretariat@lecebnelazne.cz www.lecebnelazne.cz Country represented: the Czech Republic Description: SLL was established in 1995 and comprises 43 members, of which 41 are health spas, in the Czech Republic. Members must meet strict criteria and have a high-quality service standard.


stakeholders of hydrotherapy in France including thermal spa operators, regional thermal federations and national society of medicine and spa.


French Spa Association (SPA-A) 16 Rue de Liège, Paris 75009, France T: +33 6 75 75 89 84 E: aldina.duarte-ramos@sofitel.com www.spa-a.com Country represented: France Description: Promoting ethics, quality and professionalism lies at the heart of SPA-A, which comprises owners, experts and managers in the French spa and wellbeing industry. In 2010, SPA-A launched a Spa Quality Charter delivered by spa industry professionals. Minimum quality requirements concern hygiene, staff training and infrastructure.


GERMANY


German Spa Association/Deutscher Heilbäderverband (DHV) Reinhardtstrasse 46, 10117 Berlin, Germany T: +49 30 24 63 692 0 E: info@dhv-berlin.de www.deutscher-heilbaederverband.de Country represented: Germany Description: DHV comprises the spa associations of the individual federal states, the Association of German Spa Doctors and the Academy of Balneology and Climatology. It represents the shared interests of its members at national, European and international level, in particular towards politicians, public authorities, social insurance providers and other associations. It promotes science, research, training and development in the spa industry and health tourism. The DHV also creates and monitors Germany-wide quality and certification standards.


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