A unique and meditative experience on the Strandhill seafront. Ever taken a bath in a tub full of seaweed before? Yep, it's weird. But I will say that I nearly drowned to death in the tub (Daily Mail headline: "American tourist tragic accident, falls asleep in seaweed bath") and my skin felt luxuriously smooth afterwards. The seaweed smells vaguely like chlorophyll...erm...fresh cut grass?...and has a slimy texture that takes some getting used to, but the steam room and the sound of the ocean will easily lull you into a stoic trance. The spa offers a number of other treatments as well and we opted for an upper body massage. It was wonderful and the bath and massage for two people was 105 euros, a real steal in my opinion.
Voya isn't a luxury spa by any means, but it's clean, relaxing and provides a natural way of rejuvenating yourself that is quite unique. It's definitely worth at least the 50-minute soak. I wish I was back there right now.
If in Sligo its worth booking a 50minute session at Voya to rejuvinate the body and revive the spirit. This place offers a number of treatments including detox Seaweed Baths. Wraps, Facials and Massage as well as selling a number of organic bodycare products. And if you cant make it to the west of Ireland you can buy Voya online or at House of Fraser Uk and a number of outlets in Germany.
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