Balsa de Cela is a hot spring located on the border with the municipality of Lúcar, and at an altitude above sea level of 720 meter. The waters emerge naturally with a constant flow of 42 liters per second and a temperature that is maintained at different times of the year between 22 and 24 degrees Celsius. Already in Roman times there was reference to the wealth of the thermal waters of the then Tagilitan Republic (current Tíjola). The waters of the Balsa de Cela have medicinal properties for different types of diseases. La Fuente de Cela irrigates a rich fertile plain and its waters are distributed among the municipalities of Tíjola, Lúcar and Armuña. Traditionally it has served as a watering hole for cattle. It has dimensions of 50×50 m and a depth ranging from 50 cm at 2 m.