Las Piscinas de la Virgen, Banos

Categories: Hot Springs, Spas & Wellness, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
2.6/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Soak your worries away at Las Piscinas de la Virgen, a hot pool complex that uses water heated naturally by nearby thermal springs. Built in 1928, the pools take their name from a local legend, which says that the Virgin Mary once dipped her foot in the hot water. You can bathe in outdoor pools of various temperatures, while you admire the large waterfall just behind the complex. However, you should prepare for crowds and potentially subpar cleanliness standards. Swimming caps are required to enter the pools; bring your own or rent one on site. Plan to visit Las Piscinas de la Virgen during your Banos vacation using our convenient Banos trip generator.
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  • The place is beautiful and relaxing. Visit him at night is the best choice since the cold of the night goes perfectly hot. It has perfectly made edges so that one feels and to relax. Until a child you kick... Unfortunately the evenings allow the admission of children with floats and toys and the pool is too small to swim or go with these artifacts to it. I have had several drawbacks because parents are not responsible for the actions of their children. They should not enter children in the night.
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  • Few minutes walk from the centre of town. Not a massive fall but certainly worth a visit. It supplies water for the baths. 
  • A very good place,clean,and with hot water, and the view from the pool is exalent, very bussy on week ends. 
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