The use of spas in Europe

In Europe, there is a strong spa culture. Countries like England, where the Spa is commonly called Hot tub, France, Switzerland, Italy or Germany, where this product is called Whirlpool, have a widespread culture of spa use. as a family, social or therapeutic element. It is not only a necessary element in every home in which a spa can be integrated into the outdoors: the spa becomes a necessary element for any gathering with friends or family, an ideal element to end barbecues or enjoy the moments most. more intimate. For more than 30 years, the spa market in Europe has been growing exponentially. What was once a luxury product, accessible only to some, has become a consumer product, with a variety of models and features, which offer endless options, tailored to the needs of each user. Although the majority of European cultures conceive of the Spa as an element dedicated to the care and maintenance of health, in Spain we are still far from the European figures for spa facilities. Combining sports, moments of rest or the end of the working day with a relaxing soak in a jacuzzi tub is one of the most relaxing and comforting sensations one can aspire to. The temperature of the water, the power of the water jets which massage the most sensitive strategic areas of the body, the power of the lighting with chromotherapy programs that allow you to relax and empty yourself. head… A spa allows you to take advantage of the therapeutic qualities of water and transform a small space into a family, therapeutic and unique center.


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