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La Laja Spa - Other Activity San Juan - Argentina

La Laja village doesn’t have much in the way of historical buildings, as it was the epicenter of the 1944 earthquake. It does, however, provide relief from the rigor of the road. Termas La Laja has three pools, each in a different setting. One is surrounded by native plants. A second has an Arabesque fountain and is amid a palm grove. The third, in a small valley, is adorned by shaggy pines. All have sulfur-rich, 26-38ºC (79-100ºF) water. Archaeological ruins at the site prove these hot springs and its curative mud have been used since pre-Hispanic times.

Location:

26 kilometers (16 mi) north of San Juan city


San Juan, Argentina

Other Activity Types:
Thermal springs

Getting There

La Laja village is 26 kilometers (16 mi) north of San Juan city. From San Juan, at the corner of Sante Fe and Estados Unidos, catch the Empresa Albardón Línea 20 “La Laja” bus (9:30 a.m., 12:45 p.m.; $1.25)..

Travel Tips:

Other spa services are a variety of massages, and special therapies such as crystals, wine and chocolate. The hot spring complex has meditation gardens, camping and restaurant.

Price Description:

Half-hour in pool $4.25; special treatments extra.

Relative price: Mid-Range

Travel Skills: None

You Need to Bring:

Swim suit, towel. Picnic lunch and water.

Visit the city’s other museums. Make a day trip down to the wineries in Pocitos, through the Zonda canyon, to Difunta Correa’s shrine.

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso

Contact Information:
Phone: 0264-156-716-864
URL: termaslalajaspa.blogspot.com



Here are other activities in and around San Juan that may be of interest: The Road To Zonda and Museo Santiago Graffigna.








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