Guided walk through the Serra de Monchique, including: the holy bath, spirulina production, bread workshop and more.Find out more
Hotel Termal is situated at Villa Termal das Caldas de Monchique Spa Resort in Serra de Monchique Natural Park and offers a gorgeous thermal spa for relaxing. Guests can revel in nature and enjoy the Monchique Water – the most alkaline water in Portugal.
A grand hotel in a sought-after wellness destination
Hotel Termal offers guests a tranquil retreat nestled among the Monchique Hills, featuring a spa using thermal water for its treatments.
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Services and facilities
- Telephone External calls will be charged
- Wi-Fi Freely available throughout the hotel
- Wake-up call service Enquire at reception
- Housekeeping Once a day
- Room service Available 24 hours
- Accessible facilities For persons with limited mobility
- Pet Friendly Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
- Swimming Pool Indoor and outdoor pool
Moto 4 ride in the Serra de Monchique
Experience a variety of exciting Monchique grounds, including hills, woods and incredible views on a quad bike.Find Out More
Dining at Hotel Termal
Restaurant 1692, with its gorgeous 19th-century stained glass windows, is opened daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering traditional Portuguese dishes with contemporary flair.View Menu
Children up to four years stay free as long as they share with an adult. Children from five to 12 years old will be charged 50 Euros per night. Extra beds are subject to availability.
- In winter and autumn, pack warm clothes and an umbrella.
- In summer, bring everything you need to enjoy a day at the swimming pool.
- Walking shoes to visit the main attractions.
- You should always carry cash, as there are some places that do not have ATMs.
Monchique is a unique area of the Algarve, located inland. Monchique is a Portuguese village in the district of Faro, which is in the Serra de Monchique, a mountain range full of chestnut groves and fields of wild flowers that become particularly beautiful in early spring, with the yellow splendour of the mimosa bushes.
Attractions include a historic town centre, views from the two peaks of Foia and Picota, hiking, bird watching and biking. There are hot sulphur springs, with baths and health spas six kilometres south in 'Caldas de Monchique' (Spring of Monchique). Eucalyptus, cork oak, oranges, lemons, honey, olive oil, chestnuts, scissor chairs made from chestnut wood, black pork and black pork ham and sausages are the chief products.
The natural mineral water of Monchique is born from the depths of the earth, on a slope located in the tectonic valley that divides the Serra de Monchique, and is one of the highlights of the region. Água de Monchique has been referred to as “holy” water and is the most alkaline water in Portugal.
Average daily temperatures:
20 degrees (March to June)
30 degrees (June to September)
17 degrees (September to December)
13 degrees (December to March)
Electricity: 220 V
What our clients say
Both the breakfast and dinner buffet have plenty of choice options and the dishes are delicious. The thermal baths also make the stay a pleasure.Lody Sonneveld
Agent rates’ application forms
Agents and operators can apply for STO rates through the link below, or download the Hotel Termal factsheet/brochure and imagery.