The thermal water is a natural mineral spring water, it has a set of characteristics likely to provide him health-promoting properties.
The spring water at Saint-Thomas is among the hottest in the Pyrenees (58°C).
It is sulphurous, bicarbonated, and rich in fluoride and minerals.
Used naturally this outstanding water has analgesic, muscle-relaxing, anti-allergenic, and skin-healing properties.
THERMAL BATHS AT ST THOMAS
Imagine a vast stone amphitheatre sheltering three open-air pools of warm sulphurous water, set within a valley in the sunlit mountain landscape.
You're in Saint-Thomas les Bains in the Pyrénées-Orientales, at an attitude of 1150m, with a fantastic sulphurous spring where the water emerges at 58°C and that has long been recognised for its therapeutic qualities.
And inside a Hammam
Three outdoor baths (with the water between 34°C and 38°C).
Open from 10am to 7:40pm and until 8:40pm during the school holidays.