Caldea Thermal Leisure Centre

Caldea Thermal Leisure Centre (Google Maps)
No Thumbnail
No Thumbnail
Google Maps Google Maps Bing Maps Bing Maps Yahoo Maps Yahoo Maps
View in Google Earth
By rabasz @ 2006-02-11 03:11:39
Caldea, Europe's largest thermal spa
Views by date
665
views
Rate as 1Rate as 2Rate as 3Rate as 4Rate as 5Rate as 6Rate as 7Rate as 8Rate as 9Rate as 10
6.0 (1 votes)

Categories

Comments

Policies

Please log in if you don't want to post anonymously (anonymous users cannot post links)

Please enable images and enter code to post
Reload
Nearby maps
Caldea
Parrot AR.Drone
Felicidad by Juan Ripollés
Tótem Cabezas by Juan Ripollés
Generosa by Juan Ripollés
Niño corriendo by Juan Ripollés
Encantadora by Juan Ripollés
Giraffe
Pensador by Juan Ripollés
Secretos by Juan Ripollés
Fernando Alonso's car
Sculpture by Juan Ripollés
Similar maps
Abandoned / never finished Disney World resort
Waterfall in Wynn Hotel
Selena Murder Site (Days Inn Airport at I-37)
Las Vegas: The Strip - Google Earth
Abandoned city of Varosha / Famagusta
Ritz Hotel London
Clint Eastwood's Mission Ranch Resort
Burj Al Arab Hotel
The Palm Jumeirah
Villa Arabesque
Speed the Ride Sahara Hotel
Beverly Hills Hotel
Share:
AlbinoFlea picture
@ 2006-02-11 16:00:30
From http://biztravels.net/biztravels/pictures.php?id=40&lg=en

# Back in the 19th century, the thermal waters of Escaldes aroused the interest of many foreign companies, which announced their intention to set up a thermal and recreational centre aimed at an élite tourism, but it was only in the 1990s that at last the spa fun centre was opened.

# The thermal water, which at the beginning of the 20th century had been the motor for the first hotel infrastructure in the village of Escaldes, is now the main player in the new projection of Andorran tourism in the international arena.

# Caldea, which develops the idea of spa fun, something different from the traditional spa routine, contains a playful element, with a building made entirely of glass in the shape of a frozen mountain, and designed by the French architect Jean-Michel Rouls.