For 365 days a year - in spring, summer, autumn and winter - the main activity and indeed the main attraction of visitors to Leukerbad is to go swimming in the local thermal waters. After all, how can you resist indulging in a spot of refreshing relaxation against the incredible backdrop of an amazing mountain world?
Visitors can look forward to an enormous range of facilities to match every taste and pocket. Altogether, Leukerbad offers a choice of 30 thermal pools and with an impressive 3.9 million litres a day has the most voluminous reserves of thermal water in the whole of Europe. Four public baths act as a gateway to your personal swimming pleasure.
Jacuzzis, steam baths, whirlpools and jets or highlights such as having breakfast in the water, bathing at full moon and aqua fit exercises add a superb finishing touch to the fun on offer: it all goes to show that swimming in Leukerbad is anything but boring.
Spoil yourself in the 10 thermal baths (from 28°C to 43°C) and treat yourself to the wide range of spa facilities at the Burgerbad Therme in Leukerbad (1,400 m above sea level). Enjoy the rejuvenating thermal water, rich in minerals, from our private springs in the midst of an impressive mountain world. Waterfall showers, massage jets, whirlpools and a natural rock grotto offer superb relaxation and an unforgettable natural bathing experience whatever the weather. Look forward to discovering a wide choice of spa treatments and massages in the spa zone.
The 25 m sports pool, a children’s play pool and Switzerland’s first Xtube tyre slide with banked corners provide ideal surroundings for daredevils and active sports enthusiasts. Delicious set meals and local delicacies are offered at the coffee bar, in the restaurant and in the pizzeria with its large sun deck. The largest alpine thermal spa in Europe