Ain Seleyin Fayoum Governorate Attractions
If you are going to visit Fayum governorate you have to visit Ain el-Selien park it is located 13 km away from Qarun lake and 8 km away from Fayoum in a green zone full of trees in the middle of Fayoum where fruit gardens and orchards surround the terrace which fills the place. The Ain El Selein tourist area is considered one of the most famous tourist attractions in the Fayoum Governorate. Where it enjoys greenery, green terraces, water weirs, an old mill dating back to the era of Prophet Joseph, peace be upon him, and fresh natural water springs rich in calcium, potassium, and magnesium that come out from the ground.
Ain Al-Selayyin is one of the most famous natural springs in Egypt. Its water is one of the greatest drinking mineral water. It is alkaline, moderately saline water, containing 70% of carbonates in the form of B-carbonate. Ain Al-Selayyin water treats stomach pain and acidity and is useful in treating atherosclerosis and high blood pressure because it contains Tadium. The area is also characterized by the picturesque nature and greenery that fills the place, and it is also characterized by its hotels, restaurants, and markets for products for hand-made tourist products, and before all this and after all this, the beauty of nature, the loving calmness, and environmental purity, in which nature really differs to have a special, distinctive taste and beloved to all the people of Fayoum and its visitors.
when you visit the park you go for a walk on a road that has a small water stream on the right while has gardens on the left till you reach a natural mineral water fountain called Ain El Saheer Springs It consists of 154 Calcium, 45 Sodium, 24 Magnesium, 4 Potassium, and 523 Bicarbonates, among others. These measurements are in MCM per Liter. There are also some traces of Vanadium, Titanium, Iron, and Aluminum. after that you will reach a small bridge that has a view of the water then will appear in front of you a small ancient house where you can see from inside the two waterfalls which were used to mill the crops.