There are many relaxing activities for you to do in Aosta Valley if you are looking to find your inner peace. The first calming thing you will notice when stepping onto the land is the hospitality of the locals and the beautiful landscapes that are just begging for you to admire. The stunning nature creates the perfect scenery to go for a walk, play outdoor sports or do whatever your heart desires! One thing you may notice about Aosta Valley is the large abundance of spas that are just around every corner!


  Montana Lodge and Spa is an intergenerational family run business that was started by a man named Ottavio. After living in Asia for a majority of his life, he found the perfect location under Mont Blanc to set up his personal hospitality business. Since then, his children have worked hard to continue his legacy and provide guests with an irreplaceable experience!

Pre Saint Didier Thermal Spa

Even though the springs have been discovered since Ancient Roman times, the actual use of the waters began in the 1600's. They were used when foreigners first came to the Alpine basin to take waters, but today, the spa is a place for people to relax. This thermal spa overlooks the astonishing Mont Blanc and features whirlpool baths, underwater music, themed saunas, wooden chalets, steam baths, aromatherapy rooms and more!

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There is even an underground corridor that connects the spa to the Ancient Casino Building that focuses strictly on mud-mast treatments. The treatments and massages are available all day and guests can drop in and out of session of relaxation techniques depending on what they desire!

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If you have a hungry stomach, come visit this hotel to fill your appetite! The main restaurant is called Stars and serves delicious and traditional Italian specialties such as Neapolitan pizza and focaccia bread. End your meal with a trip to the wine cellar where you can treat yourself to a private wine tasting experience!

Thermal pools are fantastic to unwind as it's super relaxing dipping into their warm water while basking on the panoramic views of the mountain. During the day, you can even opt to participate in some organized sauna and steam bath events. These will teach you about relaxation techniques and exercises for you to practice when you are back home! 

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For those who want to experience some luxury, try staying at the Montana Lodge's Deluxe Suite, which includes a king size bed, a twin sofa bed, an open space bath tub with Jacuzzi, and gorgeous views. 

Saint Vincent Thermal Water

Saint Vincent Thermal Water was discovered in the 1700s and approved by a doctor to provide therapeutic virtues, making it a popular and famous spot for mineral water collecting. The water is collected, analysed and then distributed to a building that opens to many rooms, labs and a terrace. This water is known to help those with stomach, intestine and liver diseases. There are several mineral drinking treatments available. 

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Nora Montana's in-hotel spa, Nira, also boasts many amenities suchas a gym, indoor pool, sauna, Turkish bath and more! For those who want to go skiing, La Thuile Ski Resort is close to the hotel and open from the months of November to April.