Relax in the Natural Spa Tucked Away in the Italian Countryside
If you love spas and waterfalls, this hidden gem in the Italian countryside is for you!
The Cascate del Mulino Thermal Springs in Italy maintain a year-round water temperature of 99 degrees, and it contains the same water used at expensive day spas—only you get to enjoy it for free while taking in gorgeous Tuscany.
Thanks to Italy’s complex geology, the country has many of these hot springs. The water is supposedly filled with natural health benefits, as it’s rich in sulphur and other minerals.
The Cascate del Mulino sulphur-rich springs are world-renowned for lowering high blood pressure and treating a variety of skin diseases.
While the water is suitable for all seasons, be prepared to cover up in the winter when you get out—the shock can be quite chilling! The best times to travel to Tuscany are also the busiest: April, May, June, September, and October.
Rooms near the springs can start at $365 per night, and the Cascate del Mulino itself is free to use.
For more information, check out the Saturnia Hot Spring’s website.
Check out the springs in the video down below!
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