There's a public access location where the piping hot water is channeled into a first small pool and then to a second. The latter has large rocks where one can rest ones feet - but even the rocks are very not. I couldn't actually immerse my feet, but instead scooped water over them with my hands. It still felt great...
Very nice place to visit outside high season; have lunch at the nice restaurant serving fresh fish. Also nice place to have your picnic with local friends but be prepared to face a big crowd during sunny days
I visited in March/April and the sea water was super cold and very wavy. TO get to the hot springs was very dangerous and to stay in it even more as my head was hitting the rocks. Yes it was my own fault by going in in the first place, but I was not about to miss on this experience...
This is a great place for those who love nature, a place between the awesome green mountain and amazing sea beach, the hot water comes from the heart of the mountain and fall into the cold sea water, it is amazing and healthy
I've been in Korbous many times snd loved the hot springs, thr downtown is excellent but Ain El Atrous is fabulous. Excellent natural SPA for free!
Avoid crowded days (weekends) and bring snacks and beverage if going down to Ain El Atrous.