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Parco dei Mulini

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Parco dei Mulini

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Via del Gorello, 53027 Bagno Vignoni Italy
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E-Bike Tour in Val d'Orcia
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E-Bike Tour in Val d'Orcia

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Pedal through rolling hills and medieval villages in the scenic Val d’Orcia on an e-bike tour that includes lunch and an on-farm cheese tasting. With a guide to select the safest and most scenic bike routes through the UNESCO-listed agricultural region, you can focus on the experience. Provided e-bikes mean this tour can be as challenging—or as relaxed—as you want.
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netatam wrote a review Oct 2019
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The place is nice but the water are not hot at all, we were a bit dissapointed because we planned to find hot springs. There are many amazing hikes in the area that are recommended.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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CheekyLondon wrote a review Aug 2019
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom1373 contributions480 helpful votes
The town centre is predominantly filled with a Roman Bath with pretty little shops and cafes/restaurants around the edge. It is very picturesque and unspoilt. We got there early before many tourists. The bath itself is not suitable for swimming. However, follow the stream down the hill and you come to a series of narrow 'canals' cut from the rock through which the spa water flows. You can dip your feel and it's really warm. The remains of an old factory is evidenced, and had been restored at base level with some commentary. The spa water flows off the cliff and a rocky path can be followed to the bottom of the hill with various viewing platforms along the way. It lis not very well signposted. We did not make our way to the bottom but other tourists were and seemed to be dipping in at the bottom. It's well worth a visit as it's so unusual and unspoilt.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Laura B wrote a review Aug 2019
Montecatini Terme, Italy212 contributions116 helpful votes
It’s a free spa under the sky where you can go. Water is warm and you can put natural thermal muds on your skin.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Pamela F wrote a review Dec 2018
Powell River, Canada1332 contributions227 helpful votes
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The village of Bagno Vignoni in the Val d'Orcia has thermal waters that have been a draw to bathers for centuries. It made for an interesting stop for us but we were disappointed that the waters were not hot, only warm, so we soaked our feet but didn't go in further. It was all free though and in today's world that's unusual so not complaining. We parked just outside the main town area and walked into the centre of town where you can see the large pool which is where the thermal waters bubble up from the subterranean aquifer. You cannot take a dip there but you can stop for coffee or a glass of wine and a bite to eat at one of several eateries alongside. Then walk a little further along to Parco dei Mulini were the thermal waters flows along through a series of channels and eventually down into the valley to which you can walk on a footpath if you choose. You can dip your feet in the channels and then walk over to the viewing platform to take in the scenery - the River Orcia below and its valley all around. You can also see some ancient baths no longer in use. No admission charged. There are several spas where you can pay to bathe in the thermal waters though we did not do this.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Paul h wrote a review Sep 2018
Adelaide, Australia787 contributions272 helpful votes
Cool water, beautiful to relax in but not majestic like san filippo. This is a relatively small terme but interesting and free
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Date of experience: September 2018
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