The mountainous village Doumpia of Halkidiki, houses the famous spring of “Agioi Apostoloi”, a spring of carbonated natural mineral water. According to tradition, Apostle Paul spent some time there and blessed the waters that helped him regain his strength and continue on his course. Due to the carbon, the water of Doumpia, gives a joyous feeling and aids digestion, providing the consumer with a unique sensation of satisfaction and delight. The high concentration of calcium, magnesium and acidic carbonic, aids the good function of the body. Specifically, it supports the good function of the muscular, nervous and cardiovascular system, it protects the bones, it helps maintain a healthy immune system and prevents the creation of kidney stones.
The temperature of the water is 15ο C.
Characterisation: Acidic- Acidic Carbonic- Calcium- Magnesium Natural Mineral Water of the municipality of Polygyros
Today, in the area of the spring, the company DOUMPIA MALAMATINA S.A. created one of the most modern water bottling plants in Europe, with fully automated procedures of bottling and packaging, meeting the most strict standards of the European Union, in order to maintain the high quality that makes the water stand out among all the other Natural Mineral Waters.
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