Description & Details
The spa contains numerous pools, among which one is provided for lane swimming. There is also a sports pool used for the water sports courses offered on-site. In addition, there are two pools for children, one inside and the other one outside. The spa is also facilitated with a comfort pool and one that offers hydro massages. Guests have the possibility to book a private pool for a maximum of eight persons to experience a hydro massage among their group of choice.
The sauna is subdivided into two areas. One area is facilitated with a steam bath, a herbal bath, and a calidarium. This area has a high level of humidity. Additionally, there are recreation rooms, massage showers and reaction baths provided.
In the second and rather dry area, one will find a Finnish sauna, a hay sauna, and an organic sauna. Here too there are massage showers and reaction baths as well as icy pools.
- Premia Spa is the the best rated spa in Italy.
- The day pass at Premia Spa is €25 making it one of the 3 cheapest spas in Italy.
- There are numerous parking facilities nearby.
- Need some rest and refreshment? The local restaurant will definitely cater to your needs.
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Wellness & Beauty
There is a variety of wellness and beauty treatments offered here, such as massages, manicures, and pedicures. There are also combination tickets available for massages and the thermal spa area. Unfortunately, visiting guests under 14 years of age have no access to the wellness area.
How to get there
The Premia Spa is very well reachable by car. Driving along the SS659 you leave the road as soon as you spot the spa. Car parks are provided on-site.