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Best spa in Tuscany: we pick our 5 favourites

Tuscany’s most stylish and personal spa experiences

Tuscany is known for its rich history, sumptuous landscapes and culinary delights, also boasts some of the most luxurious spa experiences in the world. The best spa in Tuscany isn’t just a title but rather a gateway to rejuvenation. Across the Tuscan region, from the art-filled streets of Florence to the historic towers of Siena, and the picturesque vineyards stretching beyond, the quest for the best spa in Tuscany takes you through an area of natural thermal waters, rich in minerals and renowned for their healing properties, making Tuscany a must-visit for wellness enthusiasts. Adding to the allure, the region’s spas often feature locally sourced ingredients, offering treatments that nourish both body and soul.

Overview: our top 5 spas in Tuscany

01

Terme di Saturnia

03

Grotta Giusti

04

Adler Spa Resort Termae

05

Terme di Montecatini

Terme di Saturnia Manciano Tuscany Italy spa hotel review
Terme di Saturnia Manciano Tuscany Italy spa hotel review

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Terme di Saturnia

Therme di Saturnia melds luxury with serenity. Its architecture, inspired by the Tuscan Maremma, integrates travertine stone that embodies both elegance and history. Rooms, air-conditioned and well appointed, ensure comfort with modern conveniences. Dining transcends, with the Juice Bar offering cocktails amidst thermal pools and the resort’s culinary offerings extend to include gourmet experiences that reflect the richness of Italian cuisine. The resort’s environmental ethos is expressed through a GEO-certified golf course. With cooking lessons, bike tours and wellness programs offering treatments and massages, Therme di Saturnia is a sanctuary of relaxation and a unforgettable Tuscan experience​​​​​​.

Terme di Saturnia​
Terme di Saturnia Natural Destination
Saturnia
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Terme di Saturnia

Fonteverde San Casciano dei Bagni Tuscany Italy spa hotel review

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Fonteverde

Set in beautifulVal d’Orcia, Fonteverde is a marvel of wellness and luxury, originally conceived by Grand Duke Ferdinand I de’ Medici in 1607. This spa resort marries the rejuvenating qualities of ancient thermal springs with modern wellness philosophies and offers a comprehensive array of treatments and activities aimed at holistic well-being​​. Its culinary scene celebrates Tuscan cuisine, from the gourmet offerings of Ferdinando I Restaurant to the light fare at Bioaquam Café, all complemented by an extensive wine tasting experience under the guidance of expert sommeliers​​​​.

Fonteverde
Località Terme, 1
San Casciano dei Bagni
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Fonteverde

Grotta Giusti Monsummano Terme Tuscany Italy spa hotel review
Grotta Giusti Monsummano Terme Tuscany Italy spa hotel review

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Grotta Giusti

Grotta Giusti, set within Tuscany’s serene landscapes, hosts Europe’s largest natural thermal grotto, offering a unique underground retreat. Its historic 19th-century villa backdrop enhances the luxurious experience. Enjoy thermal baths that maintain a constant 36 degrees Celsius, immerse in holistic Eastern practices for inner balance and enjoy top-notch facilities including a restaurant, outdoor pool and fitness center. The resort’s dedication to wellness is epitomised by its DNA-based lifestyle programmes and a holistic approach to health​​​​​​​​.

Grotta Giusti
Via della Grotta Giusti, 1411
Monsummano Terme
Italy

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Photography courtesy of grotta giusti

Adler Spa Resort Thermae San Quirico d'Orcia Tuscany Italy spa hotel review

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Adler Spa Resort Thermae

Set in the serene Val d’Orcia, Adler Spa Resort Thermae harmonises with the Tuscan landscape through its use of natural and local materials. The spa spans 1,000 square metres with mineral-rich thermal pools at 36 degrees celcius, surrounded by saunas and relaxation zones for complete rejuvenation. Numerous wellness experts offer tailored treatments, from massages to holistic therapies. The resort’s restaurant showcases Mediterranean and Tuscan cuisine, emphasising organic, locally sourced ingredients. Accommodations offer modern comforts and panoramic views of Val d’Orcia​​​​​​​​.

Adler Spa Resort Thermae
Strada di Bagno Vignoni 1
San Quirico d'Orcia
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Adler Spa Resort Thermae

Terme di Montecatini Montecatini Terme Tuscany Italy spa hotel review

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Terme di Montecatini

Terme di Montecatini, an elegant and historic spa treatment marvel, surrounded by Liberty and neo-Gothic architecture. It taps into four mineral-rich springs: Leopoldina, Tettuccio, Regina and Rinfresco, each known for their therapeutic qualities​​. Offering a trio of spa complexes—Terme Tettuccio for mineral water treatments, Terme Excelsior for massages and beauty care, and Terme Redi for thermal baths—each facility promises a unique path to well-being surrounded by quintessential Tuscan beauty​​​​.

Terme di Montecatini
Viale Giuseppe Verdi, 41
Montecatini
Italy

Photography courtesy of Terme di Montecatini

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