NEWS: : temporally close due to the overflow in the river Miño.
Located practically in the bed of river Minho, it is a bathing area at the foot of a fully restored old wooden mill, from which it takes its name (muíño is Galician for “mill”). It is surrounded by a large green recreational area, which merges with the riparian vegetation of the site.
The bathing area is made up of five pools: a main pool of 200 m2, a second one of 130 m2 and two smaller ones of 55 and 45 m2, plus a pond of cold water for contrast baths. The water here is about 40 ° C.
There are changing rooms with lockers and toilets available for users. Admission is free, although there is limited capacity. To use these facilities, a bathing suit, flip flops and a towel are required, as well as a padlock if you would like to use the lockers.
The entire area is fed by several springs flowing at temperatures between 65 º and 72 ° C, some of the hottest in Spain. Muiño da Veiga’s waters are lightly mineralized, rich in alkalines, bicarbonate-sodium, fluoride and silicates.
How to Get There
The area of Muíño da Veiga is for pedestrians only. The closest parking lot (not suitable for buses) is located just a few minutes away and it is free. See on Map
The Thermal Train is the only vehicle allowed to access to this bathing area.
In your GPS devices (Google Maps), please input “Aparcamiento Muiño da Veiga” to reach the closest parking facility. Check this and other options to get there at this link