Alhama de Aragon

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Alhama de Aragon Thermal Spa Town Wellness destination Spain

Alhama de Aragon is a spa bath town located in the province of Zaragoza Aragon  Spain  situated on the river Jalon

Alhama de Aragon

Is a spa town located in the  province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain, situated on the river Jalon, a tributary of the Ebro. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 1,150 inhabitants.

Principal industries are the balnearios (spa hotels) and a lighting factory. There are however extensive fruit farms and some wine-making in the area.

The town is served by railway services to Arcos de Jalon and Calatayud, where there is a connection to the high speed AVE trains between Madrid and Barcelona.
The 1957 film Los jueves, milagro (Every Thursday a Miracle), by Luis García Berlanga,  starring Richard Basehart was filmed in the pueblo. Set in the fictional village of Fuentecilla, the story concerns a plot by local business men to revive the business of the spas by staging a miraculous appearance by San Dimas every Thursday evening.

El Balneario Restaurant

offers balanced and creative dishes. Using quality ingredients, healthy menus combine new and traditional cuisine.
However the hotel is easily accessible from the A-2 Motorway. It is 204 km from Madrid and 116 km from Zaragoza.

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Hotel Termas Balneario Termas Pallares

Set in a 19th-century building, it features a restaurant, lounge and spa with thermal baths.

Rooms at the Termas Pallares are spacious and have contemporary décor. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a safety deposit box.

Hotel Termas Spa

The Termas’ restaurant serves a range of traditional, Spanish cuisine. There is also a café-bar, serving drinks and snacks.

The Balneario spa offers massages, wraps and treatments. There are also thermal baths and a pool. Guests have access to the resort’s thermal lake, which stays at 32ºC all year round.

The resort is just 30 minutes’ drive from Calatayud. Zaragoza is approximately 115 km away, while Madrid can be reached in 2 hours, by car. MORE INFO

Hotel Rooms: 54.To see details just CLICK ME.

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Villa Pachita Alhama de Aragon

Villa Pachita is a historic house in the town of Alhama de Aragon, famous for its thermal springs. It features free Wi-Fi and parking, an outdoor pool and a 1500m² garden.

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All rooms at Villa Pachita include a private bathroom. Each room comes with heating and a TV.
Villa Pachita has a restaurant, a bar and a traditional grill. Meals and barbecues can be enjoyed out on the terrace.

Villa Pachita  Alhama de Aragon


Car and bicycle rental are available at the Villa Pachita’s reception. The location is ideal for exploring the Catalayud region’s many spas. Guests can also enjoy outdoor activities, such as hiking and cycling, in the local area.

Hotel Rooms: 12.

The town has been known for over two thousand years, primarily because of the hot springs of the area. The Roman poet Martial refers to its pre-Roman name as Congedus.

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