Hot Springs in Tuscany

Hot Springs

Tuscan Experience

The province of Siena is famous all over the world for its natural thermal springs and their beneficial properties. Here are the best thermals to visit near Siena.

Tuscany is renowned for many natural spas and thermal hot springs scattered throughout the territory. Not everyone knows that Tuscany is the Italian region with the highest number of spas in Italy. And the province of Siena is highly regarded both for the quantity and the beauty of its spas. Most of them are equipped with beautiful pools and wellness areas where you can enjoy massages, beauty treatments and all the amenities. But there are also other possibilities for those who look for a more rustic experience in contact with nature, surrounded by greenery.
Tuscany is ideal for a holiday dedicated to relaxation and wellness. You can take a break at any time in between excursions and visits to the beauties of this territory choosing between beautiful spas such as Bagno Vignoni, Bagni San Filippo, Rapolano Terme, Chianciano Terme or San Casciano dei Bagni. Most of these fantastic spas are located just 30 minutes from our luxury villas in Tuscany.

Pampered moments Hot Springs Tuscany

Bagno Vignoni

The thermal baths of Bagno Vignoni, an ancient medieval village along the Via Francigena, are without doubt one of the most evocative places in the whole of the Val d’Orcia. Its thermal waters were used since Roman times: popes and kings stopped here to enjoy the benefits of the thermal waters. In Bagno Vignoni the time seems to have stopped and arriving in the main square is like plunging into the past. An ideal spot for a romantic dinner as well.

Rapolano Terme

In the heart of the Crete Senesi, in Rapolano Terme, you can restore body and mind in the waters of two establishments: Le Terme dell’Antica Querciolaia and Le Terme di San Giovanni. You will find many types of spa treatments but, most importantly, swimming pools, wellness and relaxation.

Bagni San Filippo

In Bagni San Filippo you will discover magnificent natural pools tucked away in the woods. Access is free for the whole area of Fosso Bianco, where you can find many natural pools but especially the waterfall called “White Whale” where the warmer waters flow.¬†