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Terme di Saturnia Spa Resort

Listed under Spas and Spa Resorts in Central Italy, Italy.

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Renowned as one of world’s very finest spa hotels, Terme di Saturnia is a classic piece of Tuscan architecture set amongst its finest countryside. Built around four mineral hot springs (which improve skin condition and circulation, hence bringing greater relaxation), the focus is bringing mind and body in harmony with the surroundings – peace and beauty. There are 3 buildings, hiking, a golf driving range, and art gallery, several pools and healthy restaurants, with emphasis on hydrotherapy, stress management, fitness, diet and beauty. Treatments include stone therapy, a selection of body-wraps, personal training, Shiatsu, lymph drainage, massage, and beauty treatments.

Written by  George Monkhouse.

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