Termas de Vale da Mó

In the Anadia area, clinging to the foothills of Serra do Caramulo, 250 metres above the sea level, in the middle of a dense forest, to the far east of Bairrada, it is the small village of Vale da Mó, with its great treasure: the thermal water.

The valley is a tortuous stretch of land, cluttered between hills opulently clothed with pine trees, with a rare mixture of cork oaks, olive trees, acacia and eucalyptus, covered with the most varied undergrowth, making Vale da Mó a pleasant place for healing treatment and rest. With a very dry, fog-free and temperate microclimate, you can enjoy a beautiful and varied panorama.

Its location, far from the bustle of the city, invites you to rest and it is the key to healing nervous depressions and fatigue so common today.

Take the opportunity to enjoy other facets of Anadia surroundings. Explore the rich cuisine and wineries, tasting the traditional Leitão à Bairrada and touring the cellars of the Bairrada Route. Visit the city of Anadia, discover the Bairrada Wine Museum and the José Luciano de Castro Museum, and look over Bairrada from Monte Crasto.

In Sangalhos, surprise yourself with the High-Performance Centre - National Velodrome and with the Aliança Underground Museum and, in Curia, travel to the "belle époque" in the Spa Park and in the Palace.

termal season:

June 1st to October 31st


Total mineralization: Low Mineralization
Chemical composition: Bicarbonated, Magnesium and ferruginous
Water Temperature: 16.7ºC
PH: 6.18

The mineral water of the Termas do Vale da Mó is born bacteriologically pure, with no smell, and with a slightly iron flavour. It has a high stability, being, from the ionic point of view, a bicarbonated mineral ferruginous water. "Moderately sweet," but of acid reaction, it is hypothermal and weakly mineralized.

It is a "unique representative of this type in the Portuguese hydrological heritage".

Digestive tract

Gastric and hepatic diseases | Anorexia

Blood diseases

Anaemia | Iron deficiency

Thermal SPA Therapy:

  • Water intake


    External: from the Buvette (near the Spring)

    Internal: at the Spring and only there (due to the rapid flow), cold or hot, 5 times a day, with 20 minutes’ intervals, in the morning and in the afternoon.

    Duration of the treatment: 14 or 21 days according to the medical prescription.

    Therapeutic Programs:

    Anaemia, Chlorosis and Hyperchlorhydria

    Blood diseases (anaemia and other iron deficiencies)

    Gastric and hepatic diseases

    Anorexia and convalescence

Termas de Vale da Mó


3780-460 Anadia


Vale da Mó spa: +351 231 525 082

Anadia City Council: +351 231 510 730



June 1st to October 31st


Monday to Saturday:

Mornings: From 8 a.m. to noon

Afternoons: From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Mornings: From 8 a.m. to noon

Afternoons: From 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Medical care:

Please use our contact information to request details.

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