All this was swept away by the floods of 1934. Today, the ruins of the original spa are preserved within the new resort. Visitors can swim in the resort’s pools, have mud baths and spas in a series of rock pools lining the river, indulge in massage therapies, or go horseback riding and walking. The spa hotel offers luxury accommodation, and day visitors can use the day spa facilities, including sauna, thermal pools and relaxation areas. The resort also has an aqua park for all the family, with pools, slides and waterfalls.
Tours & Tickets
Indulge in a day of ultimate relaxation at Termas de Cacheuta, a spa that is home to Argentina’s only grotto sauna. Located in the Andes mountains beside the ... Read more
Duration: 10 hours (approx.)