This village in the heart of the Val d’Orcia has long been a resting place for people travelling through the region along the Via Francigena. Bagno Vignoni has a 49-metre-long rectangular pool in the town centre, in piazza delle Sorgenti. You can’t actually bathe in the square, but you can go take a dip at nearby Parco dei Mulini (free of charge).
The warm water comes from a deep, underground, volcanic spring and vaunts curative properties first discovered by the Etruscans.
The thermal waters at Bagno Vignoni are known for their special properties and are particularly renowned for their use in treating neuralgic and arthritic conditions, inflammation, rheumatism and respiratory and gynaecological problems.
Overlooking splendid Val d’Orcia and the Rocca di Tentennano, with its large thermal pool, the Hotel Posta Marcucci offers its guests well-being in Bagno Vignoni’s thermal waters. You can also visit Hotel Adler Thermal Baths in Bagno Vignoni.