I have visited the seaweed baths here in Strandhill twice now, once whilst visiting Sligo with family when my father was alive in 2005, and again in early 2015 whilst doing all my research for this book. So when it came the time to choose my counties for this book, I knew straight away that when I chose Co. Sligo to be in this book, I knew straight away that I wanted the seaweed baths to be one of my chosen few. Voya offer an experience that really can't be rivalled, peace and tranquility like you've never known is the order of the day, and when your travelling, it can on some occasions be quite stressful, hence the need to have time out, relax, and take stock to plan the next part of your journey. I did neither of these, I fell asleep! All be it for around twenty minutes, but for the remaining forty minutes I just lay there, and although it happens very rarely, I could actually hear myself think.
VOYA SEAWEED BATHS
The simplest and purest of our organic treatment processes, our detoxifying seaweed baths utilise the natural power of our organic hand-harvested seaweed to deeply moisturise your skin, increase circulation and promote healing. An initial steam treatment will open your pores to the beneficial nutrients contained within our seaweed. Following this, we will immerse you in a bath of seaweed hand-harvested from the unspoilt Atlantic coast of Ireland. This treatment will relax the muscles, plump up and add definition to your skin, and support skin regeneration and renewal while combating the effects of aging. Since reopening, the VOYA
Seaweed baths in Strandhill have been enticing customers from all over the world. Attracting 40,000 visitors every year to the beautiful surroundings of Strandhill, they have become one of Sligo's most popular landmarks.