Holiday Dialysis Centers

 

Fresenius Medical Care offers you the biggest network of dialysis centres in the world so that you can travel and receive your treatment as safely as possible.

We offer a selection of 16 dialysis centres in Spain located in key tourist spots as well as cities of particular cultural interest or of strategic importance for tourists, in addition to our network of single-purpose holiday dialysis centres in the Canary Islands , so that you are free to choose where and how you wish to travel.

 

 


Valencia Dialysis Centre

Known for its Fallas festival, oranges and rice dishes, Valencia is a pleasant coastal city which has managed to elegantly contrast its large historical centre with features such as the impressive architectural complex of the City of Arts and Sciences -Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias-, designed by the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, and the serenity of Albufera.


Tenerife Norte Dialysis Centre

Tenerife is a very beautiful volcanic island, known internationally as the Eternal Spring Island, due to its excellent and stable mild climate. With more than 5 million visitors per year, Tenerife is one of the world’s main tourist destinations. It is especially well known for its Carnival (one of the most important on the international scene), as well as its vegetation and the beauty of its beaches.


Reus Dialysis Centre

Located 14 km from Tarragona, Reus has one of the liveliest cultural scenes in Catalonia. Home of the architect, Antoni Gaudí, father of Modernism, Reus is a crossroads which combines peacefulness with the bustle of the main tourist resorts of the Costa Dorada, offering a range of options between beach and cultural tourism.


Seville Dialysis Centre – San Carlos

Seville has one of the largest historical centres in Europe and three of its monuments are World Heritage Sites: The Cathedral with the Giralda tower, the Fortress -El Alcázar- and and the General Archive of the Indies. Famous for its folklore, Easter celebrations and April Fair, Seville is a lively city which exudes a special light and reflects the happiness of its people.


Santander Dialysis Centre

The city of Santander, on Spain’s north coast, has one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Welcoming and peaceful, Santander conveys the impression of elegance. In its day it was the place where the nobility had their summer break, as shown by its aristocratic streets, palaces and villas. The city is surrounded by an enviable setting: as the Cantabrian Sea washes its coast, tourists must not miss visiting the fishing ports dotted along the coast and wandering through the streets of the villages scattered among the mountains.


San Pedro del Pinatar Dialysis Centre

San Pedro del Pinatar is a major tourist attraction of great ecological interest due to its privileged location on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and the Mar Menor, which makes it one of the main tourist areas on the Costa Cálida. It is famous for its fishing tradition, therapeutic mud, salt mines and sandbanks.


Málaga Dialysis Centre – El Cónsul

On the shores of the Mediterranean, Málaga has a privileged location between the sea and the mountains, which provides it with a mild climate through-out the year. Being famous for its long beaches (Marbella, Benalmádena, etc.), its Fair -La Feria-, and bullfighting, we can’t forgot its rich natural heritage with a high ecological value, that have tourned Málaga into a prime route for migratory birds.


Madrid Dialysis Centre – Moncloa

Madrid is the historic Spanish capital. This has shaped its evolution and is reflected in its architecture. The city is immersed in a permanent cultural whirlpool, which makes it the ideal destination for art, theatre and music lovers. Its continuous hive of activity enables travellers to combine cultural and leisure tourism with shopping tourism. And its natural surroundings make it especially attractive for lovers of hiking and the outdoors.


Madrid Dialysis Centre – El Pilar

Madrid is the historic Spanish capital. This has shaped its evolution and is reflected in its architecture. The city is immersed in a permanent cultural whirlpool, which makes it the ideal destination for art, theatre and music lovers. Its continuous hive of activity enables travellers to combine cultural and leisure tourism with shopping tourism. And its natural surroundings make it especially attractive for lovers of hiking and the outdoors.


Jerez Dialysis Centre

Wines and horses undoubtedly define this inland town in the province of Cádiz in southern Spain. Jerez de la Frontera is a city which combines the nobleness of palaces with the traditional design of typical farmhouses called Cortijos and preserves an historic quarter which has been jointly declared as Artistic and Historical Site.


Córdoba San Rafael Dialysis Centre

Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Córdoba has been a centre of great cultural activity throughout history. Its historical centre is a World Heritage Site. Capital of the Caliphate, it experienced the splendour of the Umayyad period and is home to monuments such as the Mosque -La Mezquita-, Medina Azahara and the Fortress -Alcázar-, and is famous for its flowered decorated patios. People who were born here include Séneca, Averroes, Maimónides, Juan de Mena and Luis de Góngora.


Bilbao Dialysis Centre

Two words define Bilbao: Culture and Cuisine both with a capital letter. Located on the Spanish mainland’s northern coast, the city has gone through a great urban transformation in recent years but has managed to maintain its historical and cultural roots. This transformation is represented in the Guggenheim Museum.


Terrassa Dialysis Centre

One of the pioneering centres of the Industrial Revolution, Terrassa has a modernism stamp in its architecture and has the privilege of being surrounded by a natural environment which offers a wide range of hiking routes for mountain lovers. NephroCare has an innovative dialysis centre in Terrassa; the first environmentally friendly facility in Europe. This shows our commitment to the environment and the efficient use of resources.


Barcelona Glòries Dialysis Centre

Barcelona is one of the main Mediterranean seaports, a city which invites you to enjoy its enormous cultural richness, beaches and varied cuisine. Located between the sea and the mountains, it is one of the main cultural centres of the Spanish mainland, particularly for its architectural richness, as it is the home of Catalan modernism, as exemplified by Gaudí.


Almería Dialysis Centre

Located on Spain´s south coast, Almería is a city which has existed for more than 2000 years and offers visitors a wide range of cultural activities (the Alcazaba of Almeria, Almería cathedral and the semi-circular turrets of the Jayrán wall), as well as some enviable beaches in Cabo de Gata. The most well-known include el Corralete, las Salinas, el Toyo and San Miguel.


Porto Cristo (Mallorca)

Located in Porto Cristo Dialysis Centre, in the east of the island of Majorca, Porto Cristo Dialysis Centre is specialized in the international holiday patient, which offers the opportunity to combine dialysis treatment – with the guarantee of Fresenius Medical Care – with the enjoyment of The unique spots of this area. Famous for its pearl production, Manacor is also known for its fine sandy beaches and the inescapable visit to the Caves of Drach, a collection of natural caves, which house one of the largest underground lakes in the world.