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  • Relaxation and Beauty

    Not only art, good food and architectural treasures! Among Italy’s best-known thermal springs, they are just a short drive from our Grand Hotel Continental Siena - Starhotels Collezione: 5 must-see thermal bath areas a few km away from Siena

    Not only art, good food and architectural treasures. The area surrounding Siena is Tuscany’s richest in terms of natural thermal baths, with the sweet rolling hills of Val d’Orcia, the fascinating Crete Senesi and the green slopes of  Mount Amiata rising in the background. Among Italy’s best-known thermal springs, they are just a short drive from our Grand Hotel Continental Siena - Starhotels Collezione.

     

    Located on the border between Siena and Grosseto, the natural thermal baths of Petriolo and Saturnia offer various solutions to enjoy moments of pampering and relaxation, from bathing in hot springs and natural thermal water pools, to exclusive spa resorts and treatments.

     

    Situated in the Val d’Orcia area is one of the region’s  oldest and most-visited hot springs towns, Bagno Vignoni, best-known for the central thermal water tank placed in the main square and surrounded by a breathtaking hilly landscape. It is not far from some of the area’s most famous tourist destinations, such as San Quirico, Castiglione d’Orcia and Pienza.

     

    Chianciano Terme is situated at 550 meters above sea level, between Val d’Orcia and Valdichiana. This lovely town, with 7,000 inhabitants, is committed to health and wellness in all its forms.

     

    On the border between Chianti and Val di Chiana, Rapolano Terme is another exclusive thermal bath destination.

     

    Our tour ends in San Casciano dei Bagni, which is just a few kilometers away from the border with Umbria and offers 42 hot springs with an average water temperature of 40°C.  Simply magnificent!