Description & Details
Already one single visit to the thermal spa and a stay in the water, originating from the Barbara spring, may have a positive affect on you and your health!
The modern and light flooded swimming and sauna landscape promises a relaxing ambience: Let your spirits flow, enjoy a view on the imposing mountainous landscapes through the panorama window and feel this place of quietness and inner harmony. High-end design and spacious resting areas furthermore speak for themselves. The thermal spa water is also used for cures against diseases affecting the support and locomotor systems, various levels of fatigue and rheumatism. In the "Café Therme" you may enjoy regional delicacies, small snacks or other treats from our in-house confectionary in a cosy atmosphere.
Additional Facility: Roman bath
Use the wide range of choices for steam and sauna baths. Enjoy every single moment in the spacious sauna landscape. The special highlight is the panorama resting room with a majestic view on the Salzburg Alps.
- sun terrace
- aroma steam bath
- brine steam bath
- Finnish saunas
- rock saunas
- dark room with waterbeds
- Offering 3 pools and 3 saunas, Spa Heiltherme Bad Vigaun is among the 15 largest Spas in Austria.
- 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
You will be well taken care of in the hands of our competent and qualified team, who will respond to your wishes and needs in respect of beauty and well-being. Individually applied treatment concepts for your body and face guarantee a fantastic all round physical feeling and radiant appearance as a result. Apart from classic wellness treatments you may well expect numerous new nurturing methods and rituals.
How to get there
Coming from Salzburg, first take the A1 in the direction of Munich/Villach/Innsbruck. Then keep to the right and continue on the E55. Here you follow the signs A10/Italy/Slovenia/Graz/Villach/Turkey/Greece. You drive on the A10/E55 and take the exit 16-Hallein. At the traffic circle take the second exit onto Europastraße and at the next traffic circle take the second exit again. At the next traffic circle take the second exit again onto Salzachtalstraße/B159. Turn left onto Baumhofenweg and then right onto St. Margarethenstraße. Then take the first turn right onto St. Barbarastraße and the first turn left onto Karl-Rödhammer-Weg. Here you will find the Therme.