It was in the early 19th-century that the first hot spring was discovered on the location of this spa. A small establishment emerged to thread patients. A few decades later the spa had a growing influx of guests. The establishment was enlarged. The architect built a hall covered with an impressive triangular-shaped glass roof. In the 20th-century it got its last renovation. The walls were tiled with beautiful decorated ceramics, which today constitute one of the major elements of this heritage.
Treatments inside the spa haven't been practiced for almost half a century. The water that once made its wealth now pushes it to ruin.