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Written by Michela | 26 February, 2010 13:49

The Terme di Saturnia spa complex are famous throughout the world for its sulphurous flow from underground. These baths have a constant temperature of 37 builds and special offer cures for some diseases that can afflict the respiratory system, skin and the circulatory system.

The Terme di Saturnia were already known at the time of the Etruscans who were able to identify the source of real Under the "miraculous”. Next was the Romans who benefit from Terme di Saturnia, which, first, created real their buildings for therapeutic exploitation Source. Since 1978 Tuscany Region authorized the permanent opening of the center with balneo-therapeutic activities said beginning and so the path that led to the Terme di Saturnia to get the world-famous now reached.
The water of the Terme di Saturnia is of volcanic origin and the source is located in the pool of the plant and runs along a natural stream (said Gorello) for a few hundred meters, a drop from home to the famous waterfalls of the mill. On the left side of the road opens up a beautiful landscape that already’ In the distance you see the Saturnia Falls that through the cloud of steam that accompanies this perennially charming place makes it more fascinating and suggestive.

Definitely try to soak in warm water natural pools becomes a real pleasure for all.

Terme di Saturnia How to Reach

The Terme di Saturnia is located about 170 Km from Rome, 200 Km from Florence and 450 Km from Milan. To find the thermal baths in the car from the North: Motorway A1 Milan-Bologna-Firenze. Exit Firenze Certosa, follow the highway towards Siena – Grosseto Scansano – Montemerano – Saturnia.
To find the thermal baths in the car from the South: A12 Roma – Civitavecchia, exit Civitavecchia. Follow the SS1 Aurelia to Montalto di Castro. Immediately after passing Montalto di Castro, Vulci exit at the junction and follow the signs for Manchester – Saturnia.

Source: www.tuttomaremma.com