Évaux-les-Bains is a spa nestled in the Creuse in central France, in rural country Combraille in March, the border between Limousin and Auvergne.
Around 50 BC. AD, the legions of Julius Caesar set up their camp and undertake the exploitation of hot springs. Gradually superb spa emerge.
Unfortunately, a fire and the barbarian invasions because of the baths have antique and it was not until the 19th century to see flourish in the new thermal activity.
During the Middle Ages, the city has yet his heyday with the construction of the Abbey of Saint Peter Saint Paul on the relics of St Marien hermit Évaux protector. Partially destroyed by fire in 1942, it remains a pride for all Evahoniens.
In 1831 was created the 1st spa company, the construction of the viaduct Tardes by Gustave Eiffel allows the arrival of the railroad and made more spa guests. It is the golden age of hydrotherapy, the ladies under their parasols, the men in their boaters are "waters".
The 20th century saw the birth of a spa more and more modernized, sometimes linked to history, as during this period when the Vichy government requisitioned the Grand Hotel Thermal interning there for some influential men of the 3rd Republic.
In 2001, the only spa Limousin turns towards modernity, sanatorium is completely redone and now has facilities at the cutting edge that provide patients a therapeutic efficacy greater still.