Natural Thermal Baths, Monetier Les Bains

You need to set aside a good half-day to really enjoy a visit to the Grand Bains. We would recommend visiting in the morning as they can get quite busy in the afternoon, but it is well worth the trip.

check with the Briancon Tourist Office or visit the website

The main complex, which covers an impressive 4,500 m2, is divided into three main areas:

The Grands Bains zone

  • Musical Grotto – arm marble seats and special steam misting showers
  • Indoor/outdoor pools (each over 300m2), Jacuzzi, water massage courses, bubble beds and underwater shower columns.
  • Traditional Roman baths (within the Grands Bains Zone) experience the frigidarium, tepidarium and caldarium as well as a steam room, salt water pool and mineral grotto.
  • The Romano-Irlandais (Roman-Irish) zone is quieter and reserved for those over 18 featuring saunas, steam rooms, outside pool, private shower facilities and terrace-solarium with jacuzzi & waterfalls

Health & Beauty Zone

which offers personalised hydrotherapy programmes, face and body treatments, cleansing scrubs, wraps and toning treatments