SPA TOWNS



THE THERMAL CENTRES IN THE TERRA SALINA REGION

The area of the Terra Salina has much to offer. In particular, the hydrotherapy centre towns.


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THE THERMAL CENTRES OF SALINS-LES-BAINS

The hydrotherapy centres of our times exist by virtue of the saline water sources that were exploited for the production of salt until the 19th century. The thermal centre in Salins-les-Bains is run by its municipality.

ACTIVITIES :
> hydrotherapeutic cures: treatment of rheumatism, gynaecology, etc.
> body care: cosmetic treatments and massages
> relaxation: heated pool with massage jets and jacuzzi, sauna, hammam (steam room)

Our partner 'Loisirs Accueil Jura' (the Jura department's tourist body) offers products and stays for visitors.

SOME FIGURES :
Hydrotherapy: 2019 visitors (for a 3-week stay) in 2010, i.e. 61% of turnover
Body care: 10 000 half-day sessions in 2010, i.e. 24% of turnover
Relaxation: approximately 32 000 visitors per year, i.e. 11% of turnover

You may contact us on: Internet Site - Centre thermal de remise en forme de Salins-les-Bains - 03 84 73 04 63

Note: There is a project to restructure the spa towns and to build a new spa in Salins-les-Bains, France.

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THE THERMAL CENTRES OF YVERDON-LES-BAINS

ACTIVITIES :

> hydrotherapeutic cures: treatment of rheumatism and respiratory tract diseases as well as neurological treatments
> body care: fitness installations, group sessions
> relaxation and beauty treatments: three spas, of which 2 in the open air, a Japanese bath, sauna, hammam (steam room), cosmetic care, massage

Combined offers (for example skiing and baths), and organised stays are available.s

You may contact us by sending an e-mail to this address: info@cty.ch or by going to our website: notre site.

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THE THERMAL CENTRES OF LONS-LE-SAUNIER

The hydrotherapy centre of Lons-le-Saunier has existed ever since 1892. It is located at the heart of a 7-hectare park, the “Parc des Bains”, designed by the architect Henri Michel. He based his work on the classical thermal parks of the end of the 19th century. The charming architecture of the “Thermes Lédonia” is organised around a columned central porch. Adults as well as children enjoy coming to the Lédonia Thermal Centre for either health treatment or body care.

For more information: Les thermes de Lons-le-Saunier

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LAVEY-LES-BAINS SPA TOWN, SWITZERLAND

The water in the Lavey-les-Bains spa town emanates from the hottest underground sources in Switzerland, between 62° C and 70° C, and it is extracted from great depths (down to 600 m) and close to the spa. The water is classified as sulphate sodium chloride water, with sulphur, lithium, fluoride, boric, and metasilicilic acid, and in smaller proportions, calcium hydro-carbonate, and a slightly elevated percentage of iodine. The water has therapeutic qualities for treating rheumatism, skin disorders, and locomotion systems.

For more information: Lavey-les-Bains

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SOLE UNO SPA TOWN, SWITZERLAND

Deep within the spa town universe, float as if you were on the Dead Sea in the Reinfelden spa, Rheinfelder Natursole®. Relax in the sauna in the purest Finnish and Russian traditions, followed by a comforting massage, then forget your daily occupations by bathing in 'fire and ice'. Slip from tropical rain to an Alpine waterfall, or take a breath of fresh smelling steam in the steam bath. Through all seasons, you can feel the unique varied temperatures and environments in this wonderful park. In Sole Uno, relaxation is a form of discovering new sensations.

For more information: Sole Uno

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