In the past, the drinking spring was located in the courtyard of the manor house until the 1970s, when it was lost during earthworks on the construction of the Krym Hotel. Opposite the manor, they drilled a new well and a spring called Ifigénia was created. Ifigenia is actually the only freely accessible outdoor drinking spring in this city. After the reconstruction of the town, the spring is on the paved area of the square opposite the manor house. It consists of three marble prismatic columns, each of which flows water into a stainless steel vessel with a drain. Visitors get used to just tasting the water, it is possible to pour it into a pet bottle and take it with you.
The water springing from this spring is slightly mineralized, calcium-magnesium sulfur with increased fluorine content with a slightly sulfur odor. Its temperature is 39 ºC, but it can be drunk even after cooling down. Spring water is most useful for people with diseases of the digestive system, diabetes, functional disorders of the intestines and also with metabolic disorders. It also helps with liver problems, bile disorders, gout, urinary tract infections and osteoporosis. Drinking with this water should last three to four weeks twice a year, its longer use should be consulted with a doctor.