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Lovely natural experience

We sought out thermal waters and came to Terme di San Filippo. It was a very nice experience. We... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Thomas H
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Copenhagen, Denmark
wonderful place, hidden gem

I loved this spot which I visited in winter, it's nice when it's not high season and you can enjoy... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed yesterday

We sought out thermal waters and came to Terme di San Filippo. It was a very nice experience. We came in the evening a little before sunset when there was not as many people. A good choice.

Thank Thomas H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

Thank honesteatress
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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

Thank Essex123
Reviewed 28 June 2018

Absolutely unique and wonderful oasis hidden in the Tuscan hills. A must visit! Great for all ages although it does require a 5-10 minute walk.

Thank IamPlatinum
Reviewed 25 May 2018

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

1  Thank alieno60878
Reviewed 28 April 2018

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

Thank Angelo O
Reviewed 23 April 2018

Nature is always nicer then the fancy Thermal establishments... Just on tour for a few days we visited and enjoyed this magical place. Just relaxing and enjoying the warm baths talking to the man that made it his job (for free and for fun) to...More

Thank yaman1971
Reviewed 17 April 2018

These were the second free hot springs we visited in Tuscany and we preferred these over the Terme di Saturnia. They are located in a light forest along a river and there are many different kinds of poos to choose from, well spread out along...More

Thank chchch2016
Reviewed 29 March 2018

My boyfriend and I took this breathtaking detour en route from Rome to our next place of stay in the Tuscan countryside of Reggello and it was definitely worth the stop! Visiting Italy in March proved to be somewhat uncomfortable/chillier than expected, but the stop...More

2  Thank Madeline D
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Beautiful natural springs with hot water heated from a nearby volcano. We went around 11am in the morning and it was already crowded and all the good spots were taken up. Do go early for a better experience.

1  Thank Yu Ting Y
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I was reading this thinking, "what a coincidence"! : )
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