Welcome to the Lowest Place on Earth, one of Natural Wonders of the World, the Dead Sea is  located 425 m below sea level. It is bordered to the west by the Judean Mountains, with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and Moab Mountains stretching along the sea in the east, the Jordan Valley to the north, and the Negev desert in the south. With an average 50 mm of rain and 300 days of sunshine per year, the Dead Sea is the ideal place to visit at any time during the year.

The water of the Dead Sea contains 21 minerals, including magnesium, calcium, potassium and bromine. Twelve of these minerals cannot be found in any other sea or ocean. These minerals are responsible for creating the unique relaxing sensation, while also nourishing the skin, stimulating the circulation, and relieving discomfort.

Thanks to continuous evaporation, the air  in the Dead Sea region contains high concentrations of minerals, and particularly bromine, which provide a calming and relaxing effect. Due to the high atmospheric pressure, the air contains approximately 8% more oxygen than anywhere else in the world, making breathing easier.