Thermal Pools - from December 9th to 14th, 2019 - WORK MAINTENANCE
For maintenance purposes, the indoor pool will be closed from December 9th to 13th, 2019. On the orther hand, all other installatinos will operate normally.
Taking into account these restrictions, a special rate is applied: Admission to the thermal pools, CHF 15.- per adult / Admission to the thermal pools, CHF 11.- per student / Admission to the thermal pools CHF 8.- per child.
On the edge of Lake Neuchâtel and at the feet of the Jura mountains,the Yverdon-les-Bains spa resort is located in a tree-lined park and offers an ideal setting for relaxation. The mild climate and gorgeous surroundings, as well as our high-sulphur water, all conveniently located close to urban amenities, all add to the attractiveness of our facilities.
- The indoor and outdoor thermal pools both have warm, 34°C water.
- The outdoor thermal leisure pool is heated to 32°C in winter and 28°C in summer.
For memorable moments of relaxation and fun, all our pools are equipped with waterfalls, Jacuzzis, massage jets and leisure beds.
Our greatest asset is the high-sulphur hot spring, first documented during Roman times and used since the Middle Ages. The new spring, tapped in 1982, has a flow rate of 60 litres per second and flows at 29°C.
This water is thought to be excellent for joints, the respiratory tract and the stomach, as well as being great for muscles. It is a source of well-being, relaxation and fun.
Safe bathing for babies
Safe bathing for babies: 1 Minute per month of age!
Be careful! Your child's (0-1 year) lungs are in development. We recommend a bath of 1 minute per month of age. After a break the bathing can be repeated.