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All reviews hot springs warm water san filippo hidden gem on the rocks short walk couple of hours highlight of our trip amazing place white whale free parking other reviews the main road be careful your bathing suit gets busy small village
The water is very hot if you climb to the top but not much water up there. Down there, the water is lukewarm, not warm enough for us (in September). It's ok because I find it easy to climb to the top,
Should change in...More
It is well worth the time to visit this small village in Tuscany and experience the hot springs. Keep in mind the smell of sulfur is strong in some parts of the springs and you'll leave with a trace of that smell on you, but...More
Our host at our agriturismo suggested we drive to Bagni di San Filippo and go take in the sulphur baths. It was an easy drive from Pienza to Bagni di San Filippo and we made the walk down to the areas famous sulphur springs. The...More
Walked along for about a mile. Lots of photo worthy pools but you have to get to the main spring, 3 storeys high. Saw some folks having a nice dip in a secluded travertine. Gets crowded fast, so have patience. It’s free and unusual so...More
Not too hard to find. You want the steeply sloping road off the main road, which has parking down one side. Five euros to park for three hours is adequate. A downside is the Portaloos , which some people actually use for changing. We put...More
Everyone who comments on this place emphasizes that it's free and is a natural wonder. Both things are correct. But the detail about the springs themselves is lacking. I'm a hot spring enthusiast and this is one very fine spot. You park along the road...More
I really don't know if something as you've described will happen, however I can share with you the tip that has been told me from a person leaving there since years...there are down the hill several areas where you can... More
I really don't know if something as you've described will happen, however I can share with you the tip that has been told me from a person leaving there since years...there are down the hill several areas where you can bath and they are always with almost the same water level...the area is worth to be visited, at 10 km you find the amazing Pienza city!