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Termas de Colón, naturally different

The landscape provides almost as important appeal as warm and relaxing flowing water.

Entre Ríos
Termas de Colón

  Termas Colón  , “naturally different”, offers a unique environment of natural riches, where water, flora, fauna and landscape combine to form a special microclimate that awakens the visitor a sense of well-being and relaxation .

The complex has a large park and green spaces with dozens of native trees that house numerous species of birds that coexist with the surprised visitors.

The facilities of the  Thermal Complex  are suitable to be visited all year, as they have state-of-the-art technology that allow the sustainable management of flows and temperatures that adapt to distant seasons of the year.

From the bowels of the earth the  Guaraní aquifer , one of the most important water reserves in the world, provides  mineralized thermal water which, through 9 swimming pools, offer visitors the possibility to benefit from its properties.

Designed for the family, they can be enjoyed in the passive and recreational pools where the mineralized  hot springs  awaken multiple sensations, manage to calm rheumatic and respiratory conditions, and also improve the texture of the skin.

Source: Entre Rios Turismo

Publication Date: 25/04/2019

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