Balneario de Lanjaron

As a couple we went to the spa of the hotel without having booked a room there. It took more that an hour in the queue, the employee spoke zero English but was friendly enough. We paid 32 euro per person for a treatment of about 1.5 hrs - they didn't really let us choose between
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Travelling to Lanjaron with my family the main reason for the trip was to visit the spa. Reservations were easy and the thermal treatment included a hot pool, cold pool, regular soaking pool (in solitude) and a steam room. They gave each of us a plastic cup to stay hydrated
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We went on an organised trip to the lanjaron water centre. We thought we were going to see the process of bottling and purifying the mountain waters. Instead we waited around quarter of an hour to be given a plastic cup and to file in front of five water spouts where the ladies
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There are some great walks to be had in and around Lanjaron. But best of all for me were the people. It's not a place where everyone speaks English but everyone was so friendly and helpful. Last point, there are some great places to eat.
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The Balneario offers a range of spa treatments, which I didn't try. Instead I tried some of the famous spa waters. You go to reception, ask for a beaker for €1, then you go to a woman at a fountain in the foyer and she fills it for you, first from one spout, con gas, for
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