Enjoy the soothing properties of Valencia's Alameda hot spring housed in a neo-mudéjar building. The thermal waters, rich in sodium chloride, sulfates, calcium, and magnesium, bubble up from 663 meters beneath the surface at 42ºC, and are believed to help relieve joint, skin, and respiratory problems, as well as psychological and physical exhaustion.
The spa also features a pool beneath skylights, where you can still swim in the sun. Later, relax in the Roman Baths or heat up in the saunas. For those who wish to skip the water, the spa also offers massages, wraps and other body treatments.
Soak up the healing benefits of warm water and bubbles at this fabulous modern city centre spa in a lovely historic building. Check out the specials - you can get a good deal if you head to the pools off-peak and there are also some bargains to be had if you buy a combination massage and spa baths ticket.