Fuencaliente Spring - Solares
The water of the Solares Spa has an ancient story, already known in the 12th and 13th centuries. The characteristics of this water have remained unchanged over the centuries, as show the results obtained in the periodic analysis carried out subsequently to the analysis at the Laboratory of Real Colegio de San Fernando in 1828. That led to its declaration as Water of Public Utility. In 1827 it was built the first Bathhouse above the spring and one year later it was declared as Public Utility.
Cataloguing according to their composition:
The thermal water of Fuencaliente spring is bicarbonate, rich in chloride, calcium and sodium. It has a flow volume of 3,456,000 litres per day and a constant temperature of 29.8 °C.