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Saturnia Thermal Baths Natural Destination
Photo © Bruno Grassi
Photo © Bruno Grassi

Saturnia Thermal Baths

Relax and wellness

3000 years of well-being, 100 years of hospitality

At the base of its namesake town, known as the oldest Italic city, in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, the Saturnia Thermal Baths is a breathtaking place designed to awaken your senses. The structure consists of a centuries-old travertine construction facing a millenary spring and its thermal waters, which flow at a rate of 500 liters per second and a temperature of 37.5° Celsius.

For 3000 years, uninterrupted, the thermal waters of Saturnia have flown into a natural crater at the slopes of Mount Amiata, remaining at the same temperature as amniotic fluid. Due to continuous replacement, the water preserves its chemical-physical properties, biological and therapeutic effects, and hygienic-sanitary conditions, without external manipulation of any kind.

Saturnia thermal baths
Saturnia thermal baths

A stay at the Saturnia Thermal Baths means indulging in a journey to a timeless place, where you can be pampered by an enveloping atmosphere and spend unforgettable moments. Here it’s all about people: individual wellness is a top priority, with psycho-physical balance created, awakened and maintained through a series of thermal cures, treatments and massages, il Casale and the Roman bath. This is a special area designed to look like a traditional ancient Roman bath, in an elegant setting covered in travertine stone and illuminated by a sizeable skylight.

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Terme di Saturnia - Credit: Terme di Saturnia Natural Destination

With its open-air thermal pools, whirlpools and vascular trails of cold and hot water, Saturnia Thermal Baths is one of Tuscany’s largest thermal parks and presents itself as an oasis of true relaxation.

The Resort also includes 124 completely renovated rooms, the 1919 Restaurant, La Stellata Trattoria and a 18-hole golf course.

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