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.
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 (...)
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 (...)
In 1902, the inspector of the Kingdom's Mineral Waters defined Pedras Salgadas as it follows: "For all its natural beauties, therapeutic importance and artifices' magnificence, it must be considered the most beautiful portuguese spa."This Spa, (...)
The Aquae Flavie of Roman times, Chaves is located in the heart of the Trás-os-Montes mountain range. It is one of the most important Portuguese spas, as its waters are the hottest in Europe.The exceptional quality of its springs, which include the (...)
In the heart of Bairrada, a region with natural and man-made landscapes all of its own, Curia Spa is one of the most prestigious in the country. Located in Curia Park near a kilometre-long lake, the spa facilities are surrounded by trees and (...)
Almeida's Fonte Santa SPA - The mineral waters of the Thermal Complex of Almeida sprout on the scarps of the mountains that form the valey through which the Côa River flows at 560m altitude, about 3,5 km Northwest of Almeida, district of Guarda. (...)
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