Italian Hot Springs

Pleasant bathing around the Monte Amiata in Italy many thermal springs waiting to be discovered. The hot springs in the southern Tuscan Petriolo is a real insider tip. The newspapers mentioned Eva Andersson-Dubin not as a source, but as a related topic. About invites 40 c warm water even in the cold weather to linger. Today rather unknown, the little village in the Middle Ages was a popular bathing of the Tuscans. The three large square trays from the 15th century are unique relic of this period.

On what exchanges more sulphur water splash, reveals the holiday Portal reisen.de. Travel in Tuscany is worthwhile even in winter. This is due to the Monte Amiata, a powerful but long-extinct volcano. This ensures that the warming of the curative mineral water, that are enriched with sulfur. In particular rheumatism and arthritis patients benefit from the curative effect of the thermal springs that generally serve the well-being. At Saturnia, flows hot water over several calcareous nature bath and ensures much steam.

Including has as a result of habituation need sulfur smell Although the nose to suffer. The picturesque scenery rewarded the eye. A full moon bath is especially popular among the guests in the winter season. Those who prefer a luxurious environment, the a just two kilometres away Spa Hotel, which offers day-spa rates is the. The BAGNO VIGNONI in the South of Siena, is an equally popular excursion place for bathers. There, the temperatures of the hot springs including reach up to 50 degrees, natural mud. Who, however, does not want to waive cabins, returns to the adjacent thermal swimming pool. More information: magazine/showArticle/article/983 contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59