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As anyone who has searched for a stay at the spa hotel knows how prohibitively expensive it is; the hotel may be fabulous but one has to is a your eyes to it's surroundings. There is a small area of thermal pools open to the...More
We visited this terme as we didn’t have enough time to get to terme di Saturnia which sounded like a dream .
This was definitely worth the 25 min drive from Siena . There are only 5 pools so it does get crowded if there...More
Up in the hills 20mins from Siena towards Grosseto - go now - air 0C water@ 40C+ perfect - watch the stars come out and the moon set!! Wraithed in steam - quiet time - after 3pm only 9eu pp, shuts at 7pm. Hotter and...More
This is a down-to-earth hot spa experience. And it's free. There are 6 artificial rock pools with hot water coming out of pipes from beneath the paid-for spa.
It's fun if you are passing by. Not sure it's worth 30 min drive.
Probably more fun...More
This is my first free thermal bath and it was truly a pleasant surprise. You have to reach there by car and it took me about 75 minutes drive from Cavriglia. When I first arrived, I saw a building and signs of terme. But I...More
The apparently government-run facility offers multiple pools ranging from hot to cold. To enjoy it you would have to like--or learn to like--sulphurous waters, which have a strong smell and many reported health benefits. Massages are available. The spa is situated a very quiet rural...More
This has been the first free thermal bath I ever visited and I liked the experience! There are a few nice pools and then you can bath directly in the river. It is possible to find mud to have fun and scrub your skin with....More
Google recommended these baths to us and the pictures made it seem interesting, so we thought we'd mix it up a little so we took the two hour trip from Saturnia. After Saturnia these baths were a great disappointment. The river was low and full...More