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Explore Balaruc-les-Bains, Sète and Frontignan

Not-to-be-missed

Balaruc les Bains is the ideal base from which to discover the beauty of the Languedoc and savour southern French cuisine.
For lovers of old stone and antiques, set out to explore Pézenas and its alleyways bustling with local artisans and antique dealers, then head towards Valmagne Abbey for a voyage through Cistercian art. Sample some oysters from Bouzigues at a Bassin de Thau oyster farm before heading to the Théâtre de la Mer in Sète and participating in one of its many festivals looking out over the Mediterranean.

Balaruc market

Spa treatments



The benefits of the waters in Balaruc les Bains were discovered back in Roman times. Nowadays, the waters are reserved for spa clientele, primarily for treating venous and rheumatic conditions.

For medically prescribed spa programmes, treatments are provided over the course of 3 weeks.
Hotel front view

O’Balia thermal Spa


O’Balia thermal spa is 2,200 m² of well-being and relaxation space, offering the perfect relaxation experience. An ideal stopover to get away from it all and at the same time soak up the benefits of waters rich in trace elements. For one hour, half a day or a mini discovery programme, indulge in a pampering experience just for you!
 
Wellness in Balaruc

Tourism

 

Balaruc les Bains

Balaruc les Bains is a charming spa resort with restaurants all along the Etang de Thau, the Jardin Antique Méditerranéen gardens and seasonal festivities.
 

Sète

Sète and Mont Saint Clair can be seen on the other side of Balaruc, with canals, museums, a marina and numerous festivals and highlights:  

Frontignan

Frontignan is THE stopover if you want to discover (or rediscover) its famous Muscat in local vineyards, while oyster farms between Bouzigues, Mèze and Marseillan are open to visitors hoping to sample the Bassin de Thau’s excellent oysters paired with a glass of Picpoul de Pinet.


 
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