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“Peaceful place to enjoy the mountain view from the naturally warm water.”
Jul 27, 2017
“Bathing your Spirit”
To 5 mn of the heart of the old village of the granite stone carvers, the roman baths of Dorres welcome you all the year for a relaxation break. The source of sulfurous hot water goes out naturally to 40° in an outdoor space (3 basins and 2...more
Allow Yourself to be close to the path of Nothingess being surrounded by the view of some of the most magnificient peaks of the Pyreness and bathed by the pureness of natural termal waters (36 to 42 degrees) feeling the watery liquid as waterfalls of...More
Lovely outdoor pools. One is large and shallow and modern. The small old baths are just a few steps away. We went whe it opened at 9 on a lovely cool May Day. There were only two other people there when we left at 10:30....More
The baths are filled with hot water that has a bit of a sulphur smell. However not overpowering. In the summer it is very full so not much chance to get in the deep pools. We have also been in winter when there is snow...More
The good: stunning views over tje mountains while you take a warm bath. Very relaxing.
The bad: only two main pools: one fits 8 people and the other one 12-15... So around 20 people can enjoy it at a time...so you can imagine it gets...More
Date of experience: April 2016
Dorres66, Propriétaire at Roman Hot Bath of Dorres, responded to this reviewResponded May 28, 2016
thanks for your comment.
The time recommended from 20 till 30 minutes of bath is especially linked to the fact that the water is 40 ° and that it can provoke dizziness or faintness if you stay longer...
I was surprised at how small and few the pools were. We were there on what I consider "off season" and the pools were already full. The water was not as hot as I expected, either. Still, the price was low and the view was...More
We visited the Dorres Baths staying at the Hotel marty, they gave us a money off voucher. The baths are really interesting, they do stink of sulphur, but it soon washes off. We used the original roman bath tubs, up the hill from the newly...More
Date of experience: July 2015
Dorres66, Propriétaire at Roman Hot Bath of Dorres, responded to this reviewResponded August 21, 2015
I'm delight that you liked your passage in the baths of Dorres. However, their virtue just stays one moment of relaxation ... :D
Great facility but if you want a relaxing soak then avoid school holidays if you can. This is a small facility and kids do not want to just sit in hot water - they want to play. This is not designed for children.