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Termas de São Pedro do Sul

Termas de São Pedro do Sul
Place: São Pedro do Sul
Termas de São Pedro do Sul
Remains of a Roman changing room prove that this Spa was used in the period of the Roman conquest. Its original name - Balneum - gave rise to the place name Banho by which the village was known in the 11th century. It is also thought that D. Afonso Henriques (12th century), the first Portuguese monarch, frequented the baths.

From 1895 until the declaration of the Republic the spa took the name Termas da Rainha D. Amélia, after the Queen. It is situated in the outstandingly beautiful Vouga valley and has the reputation of being one of the best in the country.

The well known Portuguese writer Ramalho Ortigão wrote of it: "In S. Pedro do Sul, nature takes pride in its own exuberance, in a synthesis of colour and fertility, embroidering the meanders of the river and rising through the leaves of the hills that sweep down, gently, to the water..."

Just a few kilometres away is the city of Viseu, with its vast architectural heritage.
Praça Dr. António José de Almeida - Termas de São Pedro do Sul
3660-692 Várzea
+351 232 720 300
+351 236 712 152

Sulphurous, bicarbonated, sodic and fluorinated
Diseases of the respiratory system, musculoskeletal and rheumatic diseases, Physical and rehabilitation medicine.
pH level
: 8.8
Water temperature
: 69
All year round
Disabled access
Accommodation facilities available

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