Les Thermes d'Hippocrate Fundraising for the restoration of 19th century greek thermal baths

Les Thermes d’Hippocrate are greek thermal baths based on hot springs of the volcano of Nisyros. They constitute the basis for an economic development effort for the island.

The stakes

Investing in this project constitutes the first step in a much larger objective. The restoration and renovation of Les Thermes d’Hippocrate is the first step in the effort of developing the tourist industry in Nisyros. One of the main aspect of our project is to attract tourist of high income level which will help to upgrade the economy of the island.

The success of such a project may lead to the expansion of the local market with the possibility of attracting more professionals which will contribute to the island's further development.

Benefits for the island

  • Attract high quality tourism
  • Preserve the traditional character and the pristine beauty of the island
  • Boost economic activity

For prospective investors

  • Take advantage of the economic challenges that the island of Nisyros presents
  • Benefit from further business opportunities that may appear
  • Get the support of local authorities and be a part of the rich hellenic culture
Les Thermes d’Hippocrate’s facade

Thermal
baths

19th century old advertising poster of Les Thermes d’Hippocrate. The portrait at the top left corner pictures Dr. Pantoleon Pantelides, the founder.

19th century old advertising poster of Les Thermes d’Hippocrate. The portrait at the top left corner pictures Dr. Pantoleon Pantelides, the founder.

View of Les Thermes d’Hippocrate from between the buildings.

View of Les Thermes d’Hippocrate from between the buildings.

Morning view from the thermal baths.

Morning view from the thermal baths.

View of Les Thermes d’Hippocrate from between the buildings.

View of Les Thermes d’Hippocrate from between the buildings.

Crater of Nisyros’ volcano

A young
volcano

Crater of Nisyros’ volcano, seen from the village of Nikia.

Crater of Nisyros’ volcano, seen from the village of Nikia.

Sulfer ground, inside the crater.

Sulfer ground, inside the crater.

Inside of the crater. It is possible to visit it.

Inside of the crater. It is possible to visit it.

Hole of hot mud, within the crater.

Hole of hot mud, within the crater.

Island of Nisyros, seen from the sky

Beautiful
landscapes

Sea view from Les Thermes d’Hippocrate.

Sea view from Les Thermes d’Hippocrate.

Nisyros cat walking around in the Paleokastro.

Nisyros cat walking around in the Paleokastro.

Classical and Hellenistic acropolis of Nisyros. It is called Paleokastro and lies on top of the village of Mandraki.

Classical and Hellenistic acropolis of Nisyros. It is called Paleokastro and lies on top of the village of Mandraki.

Volcano’s inner plateau.

Volcano’s inner plateau.

Village of Nikia, seen from above

Traditional
towns

Village of Mandraki, seen from the Paleokastro.

Village of Mandraki, seen from the Paleokastro.

Village of Nikia, seen from above.

Village of Nikia, seen from above.

Place inside the village of Nikia.

Place inside the village of Nikia.

Village of Paloi.

Village of Paloi.

Andreas Pantelides

Andreas Pantelides Baths owner and greek businessman

Andreas Pantelides is a native Nisyrian. He regularly contributes to the economic and cultural development of the island. He witnessed the destruction of the baths, which affected him and led him to start its reconstruction in 1982.

He has been managing for many years two four-star hotels located in Rhodes, Belair Beach Hotel and Blue Horizon Hotel. Both are highly popular among tourists and their quality standards have not suffered from the Greek crisis.

Today, he decided to fulfill his dream, resurrect Les Thermes d'Hippocrate and make Nisyros a popular tourist destination.


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Andréa Maugars
Communication officer
+33 6 33 72 15 15
contact@thermeshippocrate.com