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Terme di Sassetta spa

A range of holistic and bio-dynamic treatments

Via Campagna Sud, 138
The Terme di Sassetta provide a spa experience for both the mind and the body, which relax and realign in harmony in this beautiful location. The building itself blends into the surrounding nature, and is built entirely using river rocks collected in the fields and chestnut woods of the Cornia Valley.

The spa is in an area known as ‘La Cerreta’, a biodynamic 75 hectares, which are surrounded by dense Mediterranean forest in the Pian delle Vigne Valley in Sassetta (LI).

At the spa, thermal itineraries and holistic treatments are combined with exclusive use of the spa’s products, including both Western and Eastern treatments, face and body treatments inspired by those used by the Etruscans, and a fresh and biodynamic cosmetic menu prepared on the spot. The activities at the spa follow the rhythm of the seasons with a truly holistic approach including thermal water, flowers, plants, food, light, air, earth, and of course the professionalism of the spa’s expert staff.

The Terme di Sassetta continue the long spa tradition of the Etruscans in the Cornia Valley, and makes use of centuries of knowledge and wellbeing.

The thermal waters of the Terme di Sassetta are rich in sulphates, calcium and essential minerals, and naturally emerge from the ground at 49.6 °C at a rate of 200 litres per minute. This natural combination of minerals and heat has the maximum therapeutic effect on the skin, muscles and on the respiratory system.
 
Contact: termedisassetta.it 

 
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from a woody basin along the slopes of the Capodimonte mountain, between Cecina and Piompino
The territory of Sassetta rise from a woody basin along the slopes of the Capodimonte mountain, located inland between Cecina and Piompino. Cited in documents from the 11th and 12th centuries, it was owned by the Orlandi, a powerful family from Pisa. The castle was under political rule of the Tyrrhenian Republic until the 1400s, when it then passed under the jurisdiction of Florence. ...
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