Hydrotherapy has been historically rooted in the territory of Alsace Verte since Roman times.

In Niederbronn-les-Bains

Niederbronn-les-Bains, the first spa town to be listed in 1926, has its source at its heart in front of the Barrière casino. This is the famous Roman spring. The discovery of many vestiges and especially of coins offered to the divinities of the source by curists attest that the Romans already used it.

Chlorinated, sodium, and carbonated, the water of the Roman spring is indicated in thermal bath for treating rheumatic or traumatic attacks.

Water from the Roman spring is indicated in a thermal bath for rheumatic or traumatic attacks. 

Water from the Roman spring is indicated in a thermal bath for rheumatic or traumatic attacks. 

The second source: The source of the Liese or Celtic is also famous.

Until 2004, the Lichteneck source emerged at the northern exit of the city, at the edge of the forest. It is known as the Celtic source. Its fairly cold water (10°), oligo-metallic (0,03 g/l), diuretic, is the least mineralized in France. She performs real kidney washes, detoxifies gouty, lithiasic, hypertensive patients.

Marketed since the early 1990s under the name "Celtic", this mineral water has obtained the label of the Vosges du Nord Regional Nature Park, World Biosphere Reserve (MAB), a guarantee of purity for water that is particularly suitable for the preparation of baby bottles. Also recommended for obese people, it is indicated for signs of engorgement of the liver and kidneys. Drink all year round to eliminate toxins!

Since May 26, 2004, the date of the ministerial decree authorizing its use, the water bottled by SA LA SOURCE under the name Celtic or La Liese comes from a new catchment located near the factory.

In Morsbronn-les-Bains

In 1904, within the framework of oil exploration started in Pechelbronn, a prospection made it possible to discover at a depth of 544 m a source of hot water at 43°C.

Its undeniable curative properties are soon apparent.

A first establishment was inaugurated in 1922. It was in 1929 that Morsbronn obtained the right to add “les Bains” to its name. A few months later, the spring was declared "of public interest". The official title of spa resort is then recognized.

It was in 1929 that Morsbronn obtained the right to add “les Bains” to its name. The official title of spa resort is then recognized.

In 1951, the establishment was bought by the Caisse d'Assurance Maladie with the main objective of developing social hydrotherapy, to allow low-income people, mainly from the working classes, to access thermal treatments.

Since then, the resort of Morsbronn-les-Bains has undergone a major extension. 

In 1963 and 1964, new drillings, carried out to replace the old source whose flow had slowed down over time, allowed the exploitation of two new sources, "Les Cuirassiers" and "Saint Arbogast", respectively at 39 and 41,9°C. These two catchments provide the thermal establishment with an abundant flow of water that is naturally hot and loaded with sodium chloride, calcium, magnesium and sulphur. Sedative and analgesic, relaxing and balancing, they lend themselves perfectly to rheumatology treatments and relieve stress. The spa treatment in rheumatology helps fight against osteoarthritis, back pain, joint stiffness, and other rheumatism.

In 2014, Valvital bought the spa center in Morsbronn-les-Bains and gave it new dynamism.

Unusual: In 2007, the prize for innovation was awarded to the thermal establishment of Morsbronn-les-Bains by the AFTH (French Association of Hydrothermal Techniques). It rewards the setting up of a process for the ecological recovery of thermal mud. The facility produces approximately 90 tonnes of sludge each year which is directed to a composting station, where it is mixed with green waste to produce compost used by landscapers and farmers.

The 2 spa towns offer you all the conditions for a beneficial and invigorating cure. Spa guests and tourists savor the peaceful calm of the two spa towns, which welcome them in their many furnished accommodations, bed and breakfasts, hotels and restaurants, high places of gastronomy and local products.