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Relaxing spa at Wellness Caldea

Imagine yourself in a haven away from the stresses and strains of everyday life, a place where you can unwind and be pampered inside and out. This place is embodied by the Wellness Centre in Caldea, Andorra.Located high up in the mountains, Caldea is recognised as being Europe’s largest health spa. Its star attraction is of course the natural thermal waters which are so beneficial to the body and mind. The centre boasts an extensive array of facilities and treatments to suit everyone and there are over 6,000m2 of water based installations that will ensure you achieve complete and utter relaxation.Try the Aztec baths with currents set amongst a tropical garden, or a grapefruit bath located in a Japanese garden which exfoliates and softens the skin. There is a Hammam where you can enjoy the purifying action of steam, relaxing baths in a Zen atmosphere, or even an outdoor jacuzzi and private solarium. There are also sublime water beds that offer the ultimate in total relaxation and escapism and if you would like a more hands on experience then there is a vast selection of treatments to be had that will leave your body feeling and looking like new. And, if at the end of the day, you just want to sit back and admire the beautiful surroundings, then there is no better place to do it than in the Gaudí inspired aquatic bar and terrace.An exclusive and personalised service awaits you at the Wellness area in Caldea so come and spend a day looking after yourself. Imagine yourself in a haven away from the stresses and strains of everyday life, a place where you can unwind and be pampered inside and out. This place is embodied by the Wellness Centre in Caldea, Andorra.Located high up in the mountains, Caldea is recognised as being Europe’s largest health spa. Its star attraction is of course the natural thermal waters which are so beneficial Meeting/pick-up point: Caldea. Start/opening time: 9am. End/closing time: 10pm in low season and 12pm in high season. Others: People with external wounds are advised not to partake of the thermal waters.