Terme di Saturnia

Nestled in the rural lands of Maremma in southern Tuscany, where the olive groves finally tumble into the Mediterranean Sea, the babbling springs of the Terme di Saturnia are one of the region’s headline acts. Gurgling up from the earth in a series of hot-water cascades, they drop over terraced rocks at the Cascate del Mulino. You can discard the clothes and hop right in, where you’ll laze in 98-degree water while surveying the countryside, its gallery woods of chestnut trees, and soft fields punctuated by brick barns. The H20 here is said to have all sorts of healing properties, from respiration repair to aromatherapy and more. It might just be the perfect way to unwind after a road trip through the heart of Italy.

The rustic terraced hot springs of the Italian countryside, Terme Di Saturnia, are a historic bubbling mountain getaway that rewards all visitors to make the journey. The legendary birthplace of an argument of mythological deities, Terme De Saturnia now houses an impeccable luxury spa.

Nestled in the rural lands of Maremma in southern Tuscany, where the olive groves finally tumble into the Mediterranean Sea, the babbling springs of the Terme di Saturnia are one of the region’s headline acts. Gurgling up from the earth in a series of hot-water cascades, they drop over terraced rocks at the Cascate del Mulino. You can discard the clothes and hop right in, where you’ll laze in 98-degree water while surveying the countryside, its gallery woods of chestnut trees, and soft fields punctuated by brick barns. The H20 here is said to have all sorts of healing properties, from respiration repair to aromatherapy and more. It might just be the perfect way to unwind after a road trip through the heart of Italy.

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