Situated roughly 250 metres above sea level, in a beautiful valley of the Serra de Monchique, in the midst of luxuriant vegetation and beautiful sunlight, this spa is an unexpected oasis of peace and tranquillity and a genuine paradise for all those (...)
The existence of Roman remains has led to the belief that the Monfortinho springs were used during the Roman colonisation, although it is only from the 17th century onwards that there is reliable evidence of their use. The spa became important in (...)
The new Spa Resort appreciates all the known thermal waters sought by its therapeutic value (musculoskeletal problems, skin and respiratory tract).Make use of our waters in a complex that promotes their welfare.
Discovered and exploited by the Romans, the Gerês hot springs saw the first bathing establishment constructed in the reign of João V (17th century).The exceptional quality of the waters and the spa's location in the majestic Peneda Gerês National (...)
The thermal spa resort of Cabeço de Vide, with its remains of an ancient Roman bathhouse that is said to date from the time of Augustus Caesar (119 BC), best known as Termas da Sulfúrea, is a quiet and pleasant place in which to relax.Situated in (...)
The foundation of this locality is deeply connected with Queen D. Leonor, the wife of King João II, who, in the 15th century, ordered the construction of equipments to help patients enjoying the benefits of those thermal waters.Caldas da Rainha is (...)
Recently opened to the public, the Monte Real Thermal Park consists of the Monte Real Hot Springs, the Monte Real Palace Hotel and the Monte Real Spa, stretching over an area of 24 hectares which also includes 2 tennis courts, a children's park, a (...)
Situated close to the border with Galicia, at the northernmost edge of the Minho region, in the midst of a leafy park by the side of the Minho river, Monção is a spa that exudes peace, quiet and freedom.The spa is located 700 metres from the actual (...)
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 (...)
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