Thermal spas in Tuscany
Valentine's Day: Win a Wellness Day for Two
Chianciano Terme is one of the most famous spa resorts of Italy.
You can relax in the thermal baths of Chianciano Terme. The modern "Terme Theia" is a stylish complex with several hot tubs, hot tubs and special cosmetic and relaxation treatments.
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Book a vacation in April or May at La Rogaia and win our spa voucher for two people, which you can redeem during your holiday at La Rogaia!
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Hot springs around Monte Amiata
The Monte Amiata is an extinct volcano and the highest mountain in southern Tuscany. It shapes the landscape between Montepulciano, Siena and Grosseto. Although the Monte Amiata does no longer spit fire, there is still volcanic activity and thus a variety of hot springs around the foot of the mountain. Their rich thermal spring waters (about 40° C) are full of therapeutic gifts for the body and were already used by the Etruscans.
Bagno Vignoni is an ancient spa in the Valle d’Orcia. The village houses overlook a large medieval thermal pool where already Saint Catherine of Siena bathed. Andrei Tarkowski’s Film "Nostalgia" was filmed here, with unforgettable images of the hot mists evaporating from the pool. There is a recently modernized spa and pool at the "Hotel Posta Marcucci" where you can relax lying in hot water and enjoying a fantastic panoramic view of the Valle d’Orcia.
Total relax amidst nature
Around Monte Amiata there are also a few places where you can bathe in natural hot springs in the middle of woods and pastures. The best period of the year for a spa holiday is autumn, winter and spring.
Below Bagno Vignoni there are some pools with warm water, surrounded by honey scented broom. At Bagni San Filippo you can swim in a warm creek in the middle of the woods, facing the "White Whale", an imposing travertine formation.
Curious? We are happy to tell you our "insider zipps" and tell you how to find our favourite hidden spots.