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Located in Maremma, one of the most strikingly beautiful corners of Tuscany, the award-winning Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort is centred around an ancient travertine stone building on the site of a rich thermal spring which dates back beyond the Etruscan era. Legend tells of Saturn, God of the Harvest, striking a volcanic crater with a mighty thunderbolt, causing a river of warm, mineral-infused waters to rush over the valley of Saturnia. The Maremma is a region containing the best of Italy: its hills, covered in thick undergrowth, defined by horizons of wild beauty; its sea, one of the clearest, is bordered by long uncrowded beaches such as Monte Argentario’s and Porto Ercole’s.

Spa & Wellness

Generations of bathers have enjoyed the health-giving properties of the waters, which gush from the spring at a rate of 500 litres per second and at a constant temperature of 37° C. Impressive Roman baths lead from the elegant hotel to the warm spring, which feeds four pools, a Jacuzzi, waterfalls and waterways. The healing powers of the sulphurous spring water are harnessed in luxurious, regenerative therapies at Terme di Saturnia’s recently refurbished spa, which offers a range of tailored medical, nutritional, destress, detox and fitness programmes, 53 treatments rooms, and state-of-the-art facilities. The spa’s beauty menu includes a full range of massages, facials, body wraps and scrubs. A comprehensive medical spa offers a series of aesthetic therapies and innovative, personalised wellbeing programmes. The spa’s expertise in diagnostics and the anti-ageing process is embodied by the exclusive signature Medical and Anti-Oxidant Programmes, in which the most suitable treatments to preserve and repair are recommended accordingly.


Global well-being is the objective pursued by Terme di Saturnia through the programme Rebalance@Saturnia which helps guests re-discover lost physical and mental energy by guiding them towards a healthy lifestyle and showing that the combination of physical activity and balanced eating can help with many problems caused by “dietary mistakes” and a “sedentary” approach.

Thermal pool

Terme di Saturnia’s Thermal Pool Park comprises four thermal pools, a Jacuzzi, warm and cold vascular courses, waterfalls and waterways heated by the hot spring water at a constant temperature of 37° C all year round, a rich thermal spring, whose waters cascade at a rate of 500 litres per second. Embraced by generations of bathers, the legendary health-giving properties of the silky smooth, sulphurous anti-oxydant waters continue to seduce even the most discerning of spa goer.


The natural splendour of the Saturnia valley coupled with the mild climate of the Tuscan Maremma and the nearby hot springs, makes Terme di Saturnia’s golf course an ideal year-round golf destination. Terme di Saturnia’s environmentally-friendly course is located just 100 metres from the hotel and is set over 70 hectares of Tuscan terrain, gently undulating with ascending and descending fairways. The 18-hole, par 72, 6,316 metre course features a pitching and putting green, and driving range with video camera facilities and high-tech analysis equipment for swing correction.


An overriding philosophy of seeking harmony with the natural environment is reflected in the design of the 128 guest rooms, and in the eco 18-hole golf course, designed to blend seamlessly into the glorious surrounding countryside. The Aqualuce restaurant offers fine Mediterranean dining, whilst the All’Acquacotta restaurant, awarded with *Michelin, serves the Grande Carte where the Chef’s masterful menus are a wholehearted testament to the importance of incorporating the enjoyment of food into the journey to complete wellbeing.


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