Frequently asked questions
What is the Thermoludic?
Thermoludic is the general area of Caldea where clients can enjoy the facilities according to the type of admission they have purchased. Thermoludic is made up of several spaces: panoramic, indoor and outdoor lagoons, outdoor Jacuzzi, Hindi-Roman baths, Icelandic bath, aqua-massage space, saunas, hammam and relaxation areas. What do I need to bring?
You can hire a bathrobe, towel, flip-flops and booties from €3.50. Can I enter Thermoludic wearing a swim cap and flip-flops?
Thermoludic uses strict processes and phytosanitary controls that allow us to keep it free of germs, which means that it is not essential to wear swim caps and flip-flops. Swim caps are allowed, but flip-flops are not for hygiene reasons. Even with all this, the spa water is still renewed every 3 hours. What kind of a swimsuit should I wear? Are any bathing materials included in the price of admission?
Women can wear a swimsuit or a bikini and men can wear swimming shorts or slip-style swimwear. No other equipment is included in the price of admission to Thermoludic. You may walk barefoot or wear the disposable latex booties that are on sale at the Caldea shop. Swim caps are not compulsory, but we recommend that you wear your hair up at all times. What is the price of admission? What does the price include? Does it include the changing time? If I book a treatment, how many hours can I stay at the centre for?
You can find all the prices and rates in the “Purchase admission” section.
The price of admission to Thermoludic includes free use of the facilities for two or three hours (depending on the admission type) excluding massages. If you buy a massage at Thermoludic (20 minutes minimum) you can stay in the centre for an additional hour (including the time for the massage) and also access Origins. What are the opening hours for Thermoludic?
When is the last entry time for 3-hour admissions?
To learn about the opening hours for Thermoludic, refer to the calendar here.
Clients with a 3-hour admission have access for up to 3 hours before the closing time of the centre.
Thermoludic closes for improvement works once a year and on 25 December. Please check the special opening hours for 24 and 31 December (see calendar
). Are there any restaurants at Caldea? Are they accessible to everyone? If I come for lunch or dinner at one of your restaurants, how long can I stay in the centre?
Thermoludic has two Mediterranean-style restaurants: the Blu restaurant, which is open to everyone, and the Aquatic restaurant, which is exclusively for users of the baths. For further information, please check the restaurant
section. Customers who spend €10 per person or more in the Aquatic restaurant can stay in the centre for an additional hour (including the dining time). How does the package that includes dinner work, what are the times?
Customers need to choose a restaurant, and we recommend booking in advance according to the opening times of each restaurant.
The times will depend on the package that is chosen and booked. Customers are advised to check the times for each restaurant here
. Can children access Caldea? Is there a nursery service?
Only children aged 3 and 4 can access Likids.
Children aged 5 to 8 can access Likids and Thermoludic. Likids, the Caldea spa for children from 3 to 8 years old, will be open from 3/07/21 to 12/09/21, from 10am to 4pm.
Children aged 9 to 11 can only access Thermoludic.
Proof of age is required for all children, and they must always be accompanied by an adult (one adult for every 3 children is required).
It is compulsory for all persons shorter than 1.30 m, whether they can swim or not, to wear inflatable armbands (in spaces that do not allow swimming as they are intended for being at rest). Caldea will provide the armbands if they are required.
Caldea does not have a nursery service for children. Parents bringing children younger than 5 (or 3 when Likids is open) will be able to buy one admission and use half of the time each. Where can I get the Thermoludic brochure? Via email or regular post?
You can view or download the Thermoludic brochure here