Leukerbad is the biggest thermal centre in Switzerland, located in the valley of the river Dala at 1411 meters above sea level. The thermal centre was already known in Ancient Roman time for its warm fonts with about 39 million liters of warm thermal waters running through indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Landmarks, nature, culture and traditions of the nearby villages will assure you a pleasant stay in the region of Leuk; take the time to discover our area.

General informations on the thermal springs:
The thermal springs of Leukerbad have been used without interruption since Roman times. In Leukerbad 8 springs or groups of springs are currently used for wellness or energetic purposes. In total, approx. 65 thermal springs have been entered in a cadastre. They range from lukewarm percolation water outlets to the 51°C warm St. Lorenz spring, which has a very constant yield of approx. 900 l/min.

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Property surroundings

Grocery store/supermarket:
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Leukerbad Therme
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Heliopark - Lindner alpentherme
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Gemmi (0.3 km)

Torrent (0.2 km)

Ski lift:
Gemmibahn (0.4 km) Torrentbahn (0.3 km)

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