Caldas Novas Goiás

Caldas Novas is a municipality in the Brazilian state of Goiás Census 2012 Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics showed that Caldas Novas has 76,616 inhabitants. According to the Regional Electoral Court of Goiás, in June 2011, enrolling in Caldas Novas 48,242 voters, or 1.19% of the electorate of Goiás
The city is known for being the largest resort hydrothermal world with waters that spring from the ground in temperatures ranging from 33 ° to 60 °. The main source of income in the county is tourism. In high season, the city comes to hold more than 500 thousand tourists.
The structure of the city has hotels, inns, lodges, clubs, nightclubs and bars. Another major attraction of Caldas Novas is Ecotourism, since the city lies on the shores of Lake Dam Corumbá and next to the Serra de Caldas.