Balnéa, the relaxation and well-being centre in the French Pyrenees, is offering a ski plus spa deal for two different resorts.

The offer, called Balnéaltitude, includes a day of skiing and a two-hour admission to Balnéa. It is priced at €41 for the resort [R1721R, Peyragudes] and at €30-€32 for the resort [R2282R, Val Louron].

The spa includes different atmospheres where guests can relax and enjoy the effects of the thermal waters. In the Roman area, glass domes, ancient-style vaulted ceilings, and Moorish tiling transports bathers to the antique baths of Rome. With its tonic jets, hydromassages, and underwater music bath, the Roman area also uses relaxation technology to its best advantage.

The Amerindian area catches visitors' eye with its totem pole columns, wood structures, and views of the surrounding mountains. Families will enjoy this area, with its jacuzzis, amusement shower, waterfalls, and underwater currents. The Amerindian area is for active guests who want to relax while having fun.

As for skiing, Peyragudes offers 60 kilometres of slopes divided into 49 pistes. Val Louron has 22 kilometres of runs divided into 19 pistes (12 of which are green or blue), making it an ideal resort for families and beginning skiers.

The Balnéaltitude offer is valid for the entire 2010-2011 season and can be purchased at the Balnéa reception or directly at the two ski resorts.

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