Honey, kama and calendula oil facial
Kama is a traditional dessert made from cooked, dried and ground rye, barley and peas, while honey and calendula have for centuries been used in most local remedies and continue to be popular in the modern day. This facial made from kama cleanses and nourishes delicate skin.
Kubija Spa Hotel hides between a scenic pine grove near the small southern town of Võru. Specialising in all things natural and healing, Kubija is the place to go for traditional Estonian pampering.
Spa culture in Estonia is very versatile and you are more than welcome to bring along your juniors and seniors. Many spas boast water parks, saunas and local mud therapy, which is recommended for elderly visitors with joint pains. Medical mud has been used in Estonian resorts for over 200 years. Ask for mud wrappings, massage creams and scrubs, and even sauna procedures. While Estonian-style treatments are one-off and unique, Estonian spas offer a range of internationally renowned luxury cosmetic brands such as Kalahari, Elemis, La Biosthetique, Sundari, Cinq Mondes, Babor, and many others.