Located in Valtellina, this is one of the most famous spas in Northern Italy. The experience at Bagni Vecchi in Bormio is wonderful and unforgettable: a dip into the past surrounded by a breathtaking view, made even more enchanting by the magic winter atmosphere. From Roman baths to ancient caves, from the millennial source to the panoramic open-air pool overlooking the Bormio Valley.
Terme di Sirmione is among the most luxurious spa resorts in Italy. A little gem nestled on Lake Garda, surrounded by countless natural and cultural wonders. If you have a romantic spirit, this is the place for you. A wide variety of treatments and a long series of charming structures complete the picture of this exclusive location.
Merano is known above all for its wide range of spa treatments linked to wellness: not only the classic baths in the thermal pool but also fitness and medical-spa, as the famous radioactive water.
The spa town is located in the middle of a historical administrative area of South Tyrol called “Burgraviato”, including Val Passiria, Val d’Ultimo, Alta Val di Non and part of the Val d’Adige. In winter, skiing is the protagonist: in fact, Merano is the centre of five ski areas, which can be visited with the same Merano Ski Card.
Saturnia is located in Maremma, one of the most beautiful corners of Tuscany. The area of free thermal baths is divided into a large free area, including the main thermal waterfalls called “Cascate del Mulino” and the “Cascate del Gorello”, and one where there is a luxurious spa, the award-winning Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort.
The therapeutic properties of Saturnia thermal waters are well known, they give relaxation and well-being. They flow at a temperature of 37.5 ° and have a capacity of 800 liters per second, which guarantees a complete change of the thermal bath every four hours.
The ancient spas of Pré Saint Didier stand on the slopes of Mont Blanc and benefit from the warm waters flowing from the belly of the mountain at a temperature of 36 degrees, in a unique and particular setting. Known since Roman times, the plant became famous only in the nineteenth century, as a thermal destination of the Savoy. The structure offers as main treatment the baths in the large outdoor pools, surrounded by snow or green valleys (depending on the season) and over 40 spa practices offered by the QC Terme Pré Saint Didier.
Allow yourself a moment of escape and immerse yourself in the beneficial waters of all outdoor and indoor pools fed by the precious Alloch natural source, the only sulfur in Trentino, which is transforming Pozza di Fassa into a true pole of international thermalism. The new QC Terme Dolomiti was built in December 2016 in the picturesque Dolomite setting of Pozza di Fassa. A modern spa developed on three levels for a total of 4,300 square meters, as well as pools and outdoor spaces, and oriented to environmental and social sustainability.