Caciulata Calimanesti resort is located in central-southern part of Romania, on the right bank of the Olt River in the Carpathian Basin Jiblea-Calimanesti, at an altitude of 260-280 m, 18 km from the city of Ramnicu Valcea (Valcea county administrative headquarters), with a population of 8633 inhabitants to resort Caciulata Together, it makes up Calimanesti-Caciulata resort, a resort open all year round.
Carpathian depressions sheltered specific climate without great temperature variations, with cool summers (about 20 ° C in July) and relatively mild winters (between -1 ° and -5 ° C in January). The average annual temperature of 9 ° C. Precipitation is moderate (750-800 mm annually). Natural cure factors are represented by the climate and springs (discovered in 1827) of mineral sulfur, chlorine, bromine, sodium, calcium, magnesium, hypotonic mainly with concentration, chemical composition and temperature variables (mineralization between 0.5 and 11.5 g / l; atermale, mesothermal 41 ° C = 49.5 ° C and hyperthermia).
The first mineral water cure flags dating from 1910. Currently, the resort Caciulata Calimanesti-equipped with facilities for warm baths in the bathtub or pool with mineral water, and physical therapy electrohidroterapie, aerosols and inhalations, thermal water pools discovered sulfur (Caciulata resort), mineral water cure for internal rooms gym, sauna, swimming pools, etc. River located on the riverbank.
The resort is indicated for the treatment of digestive diseases (chronic gastritis hypoacid, chronic constipation, chronic colitis), hepatobiliary disease (biliary dyskinesia, chronic cholecystitis, which shows whether or not stones, chronic hepatitis, chronic pancreatitis, postoperative status in liver diseases), diseases kidney and urinary system (litiasa kidney, chronic pyelonephritis Herma = 41 ° C, and hyperthermalaparatului digestivin, urinary infections), nutritional and metabolic disorders (diabetes mellitus, states hiperuremice, obesity), in respiratory diseases (bronchitis, chronic tracheobronchitis), in peripheral nervous system diseases (cerebral sequelae after poliomyelitis), rheumatic states (spondylosis, arthrosis, poliartroza, tendinitis), states posttraumatismale (after sprains and fractures), gynecological diseases (ovarian syndrome caused by menopause), ENT diseases (rhinosinusitis chronic allergic chronic laryngitis, etc.), dermatological diseases, cardiovascular and other hazards.