Vichy Thermal baths

Vichy
Auvergne
Attractions and places of interest
Entertainment and Leisure

Famous since the Roman times, Vichy waters are renowned for their therapeutic benefits. In the 18th century luxurious baths were built to replace those in existence by Louis XVI and the benefits of taking the waters in Vichy found high acclaim.

Today, you can experience a wide range of high-quality hydrotherapy treatments in Vichy at this modern, state-of-the-art centre.  

 

Nearby attractions

Inaugurated in 1902, the Vichy Opera House is a stunning example of Art Nouveau architecture. Holding performances of opera, theatre, classical music, ballet and dance, you can enjoy a show in the beautiful surroundings of...

Set in the barns of the former monastery, the Museum of Souvigny has a permanent collection dedicated to the archaeological, religious and ethnological heritage of the surrounding area.

A pretty, late 19th century mansion, the Maison Mantin now holds a museum with collections of art, archaeology and natural history. Closed for almost a century, it re-opened its doors to the public in November 2010.

Uncover the mysteries of our planet's creation and the world that exists beneath the Earth's crust, at Vulcania, the volcano theme park in Auvergne.

Places to visit nearby

Vichy in Auvergne is a popular spa resort town that experienced its heyday during the Belle Epoque.

Moulins in Auvergne is the former head of the duchy of Bourbon and has a well-preserved cultural heritage.

Aubusson in Limousin is famous worldwide for its tapestries that have been made here since the 14th century.