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El Raposo Spa, offering healing properties since the 19th century




Location

Autonomous region:
Extremadura

Province/Island:
Badajoz

Badajoz


You'll find this spa in La Puebla de Sancho Pérez (in Badajoz, Extremadura). The place has been known since the 19th century for the curative properties of its mud treatments and thermal waters. During your stay, as well as enjoying the fantastic spa treatments, you'll be able to visit interesting towns nearby such as Zafra, Jerez de los Caballeros and Mérida. An attractive plan offering relaxation and culture.

The El Raposo Spa has a thermal centre, whose main attraction is the natural mud treatments, highly recommended for rheumatic problems. It also offers various treatment techniques such as hydropinic cure, ultrasonic sprays, baths, steam baths, hydromassage baths, water jet columns, Scottish showers, Turkish bath, Finnish sauna, parafango, pressotherapy, therapeutic massages, ice cabin, aromatherapy shower, and beauty treatments. As you can see, everything is designed to enhance your health and beauty.

The 3-star hotel with the Q for Quality certificate (and other official awards related to environment and information security) is right next to the spa. You'll be able to enjoy the peace and quiet of the gardens, bike rental, free internet… The hotel also has a training room and a meeting room.
 

The area in which this hotel-spa is built has been declared a Natural Thermal Setting, so it is a place in which activities are environmentally friendly. If you love active tourism, this is a great place for walking, hunting, bird-watching…

As regards culture, you should make the most of the famous region of Zafra-Rio Bodión in Extremadura, and take a tour round the 15 municipalities to discover their monuments, festivities, gastronomy and traditions.
 





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