This Japanese-style spa Termas de Outariz on the Way of St. James soothes weary pilgrims with hot, massaging water. You can choose the Celtic circuit, which features hot springs, a cold pool, a sauna, and more, or the Zen circuit, including gravity-pulled jets, a cave, and another sauna. A menu of beauty treatments is also available. Check online for events that may be happening during your visit. And don’t miss the sushi bar. A visit to Termas de Outariz represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Ourense sightseeing planning app to plot your vacation.
Termas de Outariz Reviews
La calidad-precio no está mal, ya que es difícil encontrar dos horas de circuito por poco más de 5 euros por persona. Sin embargo, algunas cosas dejan que desear. -En primer lugar, el agua estaba suci... more »The value for money is not bad, as it is difficult to find two hours of circuit for just over 5 euros per person. However, some things leave to be desired. -First of all, the water was dirty, and you could see a fat patina on the surface of all the pools (cold and hot) -Neither sauna worked. -The jet circuit worked at times, and for a very short time (of which you can not complain, because you are already warned on a small sheet of rules that the operation of the jets is "random") -The food in the cafeteria-dining room is heated in a microwave (at least at least you are warned in a small sheet of rules that the operation of the jets is "random") -The food in the cafeteria-dining room is heated in a microwave (at least at least you are warmed up in a microwave (at least at least they might have the appliance a little more hidden) -There is no wheelchair access available (but there are adapted bathrooms). -The rules of use and safety are written in very small print and the posters are discolored
La verdad no he ido a las publicas pero por 5euros estas están muy bien. Llevaros chanclas y toalla (si no os cobraran allí por alquilarlas y subira bastante el precio Nosotros fuimos en septiembre y ... more »I haven't really been to the public, but for 5euros these are fine. Take flip flops and towel (if you weren't charged there for renting them and you went up quite a bit we went in September and day, and it was not bad but the truth, in winter and night they have to be a blast
The pools are great, but not all outside pools feel 100% clean, the changing rooms and locker areas could be dryer, since the floor is all kind of wet. The ticket and towel rental price is very fair and all things considered it is a great spot to experience the termal pools of Ourense.
Can't beat it for the price. Nice hot spring baths right on the river.
Build a planTell us where and when you
want to go, we will build
the best sightseeing itinerary
Refine itYou have complete flexibility on your destinations and itinerary
Book as a packageUse our travel agents to get
package savings and hassle free booking
Enjoy your trip!Enjoy our 24x7
View all >
Side trips from Ourense
Hidden gems in Ourense
Historic Sites in Ourense
Museums in Ourense
Duration: 1h 30min
Duration: 1h 30min
Plans to Termas de Outariz by other users
2 days in Ourense BY A USER FROM PORTUGAL March, relaxing, popular sights PREFERENCES: March, relaxing ATTRACTION STYLE: Popular sights PACE: Medium 54 days in Santiago de Compostela BY A USER FROM CHILE February, popular sights PREFERENCES: February ATTRACTION STYLE: Popular sights PACE: Medium 15 days in Santiago de Compostela BY A USER FROM BELGIUM July, popular sights PREFERENCES: July ATTRACTION STYLE: Popular sights PACE: Medium