Thermal Spa

Fountain’s water characteristics:

The water is transparent, colourless and odourless, with a slight bitter taste, it contains dissolved gas, mainly nitrogen or azoe, that form little bubbles.
It arrives to the surface at 21º C, 9’9 pH and 996’81of density.
It is an hypothermic water, softly mineralised, the most common ions are the carbonate, bicarbonate, chloride, sodium and magnesium. Declared of public use in 1871.

Since the beginnings of the 20th century, the thermal spa got specialised in inhalatored treatments, stopping the traditional use of the waters in baths or hydrotherapy.