Our holiday’s magic words?
Wellness and relaxation. We decide to escape to the heart of the Vosges Mountains to experience its benefits. On the programme: taking the time to treat ourselves on a few days of rejuvenation in the most beautiful spas of this natural land.
Take some time for yourself
Most days, it’s difficult to find the time for self-care. During our holiday in the Vosges, we forget our daily worries and relax. We unwind, recharge our batteries, breathe in the invigorating air and simply live. For a holiday as a couple, as a family or on your own, it’s time to think about yourself!
Relaxing after a workout
What a day! Our hike, surrounded by the wildlife of the Vosges, was both fascinating and exhausting. To relax our muscles, we opt for a session in a hammam nestled in the forest. In an enchanting setting combining calm and movement, this hot steam bath immerses us in a state of intense relaxation.
Info point : A hammam session is recommended to relax the muscles to reduce soreness after a physical workout. Perfect for heading back out on a hike the next day.
Revel in well-being
In the Vosges Mountains, we relax, unwind and re-establish the harmony between the body and the mind. For a release of tranquillity and serenity, we escape to a spa that combines the ancestral know-how of Ayurveda, the natural richness of the vines and a refined decor of natural stone.
Info point : VitisSpa Alsace, the wellness centre of the Cour du Bailli hotel in Bergheim welcomes guests in a former winegrower’s cellar from the 17th century.
Detox and revitalize!
Forget tap water! As the seasons change, our skin can become very sensitive. To soothe, hydrate and refresh your skin, head to one of the thermal spring spas of the Vosges Mountains, a perfect place for relaxation. The warm spring waters, straight from the source and enriched with mineral salts and trace elements, make for an ideal detox holiday.
A taste of Finland in the Vosges
Experience a Finish sauna surrounded by the nature of the Vosges Mountains. Inside a mysterious wooded cabin, relax in the dry heat between 70°C and 100°C. This 2000-year-old practice from the Nordic countries combines ecology, wellness and communion.