Spa hammam

Spa hammam

The Spa hammam of Can Buch is a space to relax and reconnect with yourself. A cosy space built with stone and handmade ceramics from the 17th century countryside house.

A space to enjoy alone, as a couple or as a family. Children are also allowed to enter.

Rainwater, ambient therapeutic music and soft candlelight will make it a unique experience.

What does it consist of?

It consists of a hot water hammam pool with a jacuzzi, bench and submerged lounger. It has a waterfall made from an ancient tile.

The water of the hammam comes from the rain. it will make you feel revitalized: a water that takes care of you and your skin.

The bath is accompanied by relaxing therapeutic music to enjoy a full experience in all senses.

Rates and hours of the Spa Hammam

  • Private Spa, to be enjoyed in privacy with your partner or family.
  • It is necessary to book in reception.
  • The session lasts one hour.
  • Bathrobes and slippers included.
  • In the Spa hammam you can choose from a variety of teas and herbal infusions.
  • Price: 40,00 € / room.

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The rooms

Twelve rooms designed for comfort, rest and connection to the natural world.
The “Auró Blanc” (field maple) is the first tree you see on your way out the door. It has a beautiful foliage that produces a pleasant shade in summer.
The “Els Bens” (the sheep) room is located where Can Buch's family once kept their cattle.
The “Avellaner” (hazel), a tree that is widely cultivated in the fields of our region, gives its name to this room.
We have named this room “La Ginesta” (the Spanish broom) because when you walk out of the door you see a field full of these plants.
The “Blauet” (kingfisher) room owes its name to the presence near the country house of many of these birds.
The “Mallerenga” (great tit) is named after one of the most common birds in our garden and area.
This room is called “L’Alzina” (the holm oak) because there is a beautiful window on the north side overlooking our holm oak forest.
The "Castanyer" (chestnut) is named after one of the most present trees in our territory.