Immersed in the warm, comforting spring waters, eyes fixed on the mountains set out before you, and lungs filled with the pure mountain-top air, the Pyrenean version of mountains seems different.
Making the most of their inimitable natural assets, the Pyrenees have designed a series of spa centres offering pools, Jacuzzis, hammams, saunas, body sculpting with hot stones, beds of bubbles, Ayurvedic massage, a musical bath, and much more. With their eight centres, the High Pyrenees are champions of balneotherapy and Balnéa is their top centre. Nestled in the heart of one of the most beautiful natural areas of the High Pyrenees on the banks of the Génos-Loudenvielle Lake, Balnéa is not content with just doing good to body and mind. It offers pleasure to your eyes, which won’t want to close, but would rather stay wide open gazing at the beauty of the Pyrenees. The best bits: the Japanese and Inca baths – four exterior pools, between 33°C and 40°C, with a panoramic view of the summits above the valley.
You can discover Balnéa in the following itineraries: