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Not far off the main road, where you can park (and change by the car). Cross the little bridge and keep walking until you see the "white whale" - a mineral-covered rocky outcrop, smoothed to a polished white from years of being bathed in these...More
These are naturally occurring hot springs setup for public use so they are free. Don't expect amenities. Obviously the shallow and more stagnant pools are warmer especially where the water is coming out of the side of the mountain. Ponds fed by flowing water from...More
When you arrive it looks like a dirty stream, walk a little further downhill. Bathe in cooler water or warm water. Walk another 100 metres and the wonderful sight of accumulation of minerals greets you
Get away form the tourist trail and seek out this natural wonder, you will only find Italians here! - set in the trees and forest the natural spring formation is a real surprise, especially when you see the white rockface... this is where the water...More
I loved this spot which I visited in winter, it's nice when it's not high season and you can enjoy nature and isolation.
A bit hard to get changed in the cold without lights (it's not an organized placed, just wild nature) but that's the...More
When we went in Mid-April the limited parking was already busy (pay at meters), so I can imagine high summer is a bit of a nightmare to park. If parked at the top of the hill there is a walk down the road past all...More
Bring a towel, flip flops, be ready for random people to come see the water pools. Please don't be those American and British tourists who ignore the signs and climb on top of the majestic white grotto-like wall just because you can.
Upstream there are...More
Great wild natural pools of thermal water hidden in the Toscana hills. Great scenario created from the remaining magma of the big volcano now Mount Amiata. Crystal waterfalls modelled in art by Nature in the time, that you can find typically only inside karst caves,...More