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Fonteverde Thermal Baths

Well-being, gourmet dinners and stunning views in the rolling hills of the Val d’Orcia

San Casciano dei Bagni

Fonteverde is an elegant spa and 5-star resort in San Casciano dei Bagni, a medieval village long-known for its millennia-old springs of rich thermal waters. Built by Grand Duke Ferdinand I de’ Medici in 1607, the spa overlooks the badlands and green hills of the Val d’Orcia, immersed in a timeless atmosphere.

The hotel, affiliated with “The Leading Hotels of the World,” a prestigious luxury hotel brand, is sits beside the thermal spa, which boasts the trademark “Leading Spa” and the World Travel Award.

The thermal pools are fed from natural springs rich in therapeutic properties (calcium, sulphur, magnesium and fluorine) that bubble to the surface at a temperature of 42 degrees Celsius.

The Fonteverde Wellness Center also offers a wide range of treatments that combine the properties of the thermal waters with modern manual techniques, as well as tools of Western atheistic medicine and the oldest Eastern tradition. Health and beauty treatments for the face and body are offered alongside treatments marked by harmony, balance, and mental-physical well-being.

Fonteverde, the thermal pool with view on Val d'Orcia

For connoisseurs of taste, the chef offers “gourmet” dinners at the Ferdinando I Restaurant, where the best products cultivated in Tuscany’s rich territory is exalted by the excellent selection of wines coming from the most famous vineyards in the area.  

Fonteverde also provides a pool dedicated exclusively to your furry friends.

A stay at Fonteverde is an immersion in the colours and flavours of the Val d’Orcia, where you can breathe in the air of the Sienese countryside, home to endless wineries and olive groves and numerous sites of artistic interest, like the fascinating medieval villages of Sovana and Chiusi, Pienza with its famous piazza, and the small village of San Casciano.

Info: fonteverdespa.com

San Casciano dei Bagni
FOREVER FAMOUS FOR SULPHUR AND MINERAL-RICH WATERS
Thermal springs have always distinguished the San Casciano dei Bagni area. The Etruscans were the first to build structures for thermal waters, but it was the Romans, true devotees of thermal baths, that made the therapeutic side of these springs gained their international appeal. ...
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