Naturiste Space

Naturiste Space

Because some people will only contemplate a hammam or sauna while being naked.

Naturism has its health-related backgrounds. The doctors from the past referred to the omnipotent nature. At the time of the Gallo-Romans, water sources were places of worship revered.
Reconnecting with the elements have physical virtues, the body is free in nature, but also has social virtues, the resulting harmony would create a sort of ideal society without prejudice.


This naturist area comprises a panoramic sauna, a hammam, a Jacuzzi at 36° C, a hot bath at 38° C, a cold bath at 20° C and 3 foot baths.

This is an enclosed area made of wood in which one takes a dry heat bath at temperatures that can vary between 70° C and 100° C.

The practice of sauna is beneficial for muscles and joints, to eliminate toxins and to relax.
You can sit down or lie down for a few minutes. Return to a sitting position to conclude the session.

If you want to take a cool shower on leaving the sauna, start with the feet and legs, then the arms and finally the rest of the body.

If you go to the swimming pool, take a quick shower to wash off the perspiration before entering the water.

“Aufguss Cérémonies” are held several times a day.

Participants enter in sauna simultaneously. The door is closed. The sauna master sprinkles hot stones with perfumed water, which increases the rate of humidity and heat sensation. He “distributes” the warm and moist air to each.

Ceremonies are held several times a day.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
NORDIC Ceremony 11:30am 11:30am 11:30 am 11:30 am 11:30 am 11:30 am 11:30 am
SOFT Ceremony 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm
YIN-YANG Ceremony 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 6:30 pm
  • Have a dry skin before entering the sauna
  • Drink plenty of mineral water
  • Wearing a bathsuit is prohibited in this area. Do not forget to put it back when you leave the naturist zone.
  • For hygienic reasons, be sure to use a towel to sit or lie in the sauna.
  • Warning: specific glasses holders are located in front of each sauna. Due to the high temperatures inside saunas as well as humidity prevailing in the hammam, we advise you to remove your glasses before entering. This will prevent damages.
  • The sauna and hammam are ritual places; places where you retrieve harmony while giving a clean sweep to your worries. It purifies the mind more than the body … For the respect of everyone, please observe the silence …
  • No voyeurism behavior, indecent exposure or any behavior likely to shock others are tolerated. It will result in immediate and permanent exclusion of persons involved by the Safeguards having the full authority in the center; and this without any recourse.
  • You are a couple? Avoid flaunting your privacy … A kiss … yes but with modesty?
  • At the time of the ceremonies, please respect scrupulously the instructions given by our Safeguards and schedules to avoid altering the progress.
  • Access to the naturist saunas and hammams area is accepted from the age of 16 y.o.
The hammam is an agreeable hot steam bath at a temperature of 40 – 45° with a very high humidity level of 70 – 75%.

It facilitates breathing, relaxation. It acts on muscle contractions and the nervous system.
What Les Thermes advises : take part in one or two sessions of between 5 and 15 minutes followed by a refreshing hydration of the entire body and a rest session.

“SALTY” ceremonies are held every day
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Daily 4:30 pm 4:30 pm 4:30 pm 4:30 pm 4:30 pm 4:30 pm 4:30 pm



Opening hours, prices for Baths and Thermoludic spaces


Hamam and Sauna


Naturiste space and ceremonies


Under Wood light or infra-red, rest room