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    Italian spas: 5 places to spend a relaxing weekend

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    Aina Prat Blasi
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    Do you need to dedicate moments of relaxation and pampering? Here is the post for you: the five best Italian spa destinations await you!

    More and more often the routine and daily stress lead us to need relaxation and moments of pampering to spend at spa. Imagine yourself in a boiling water pool or in a Spa where finding any comfort becomes the ideal opportunity to dedicate time to yourself.
    From longer stays through a weekend or a single day, we discover the most beautiful spas in Italy.



    Here is the top five of the Italian spas.

    1. Merano Thermal Baths - Merano

    They are located in the heart of the historic center of Merano, an alpine town in the Upper Agide, known for its thermal baths. These are a state-of-the-art center with a beautiful glass structure through which the view of the spectacular mountains opens.



    The Terme di Merano offers 15 indoor and outdoor pools, a wellness area with sauna and turkish bath. The Spa of the thermal center offers various treatments with natural products such as apples and grapes.
    One of the activities that I recommend is the steam room, a real wellness ritual carried out at a temperature between 42 and 45 ° C and a humidity level of 100%.

    2. Terme dei Papi - Viterbo

    The protagonist of the Terme dei Papi it is undoubtedly water and other natural resources. Primarily thewater from the Bullicame Spring and natural mud extracted from the Bagnaccio lake, with which many beauty treatments are carried out.

    The Terme dei Papi in Viterbo is a structure with a monumental pool of hot water where you can take an invigorating bath, ideal for skin care both in winter and in summer. Among other resources, the natural cave: unique treatment of its kind. It is a natural Turkish bath with small cascades of spring water at a temperature of 58 ° C.

    3. Baths of Bormio

    Bormio, in the upper Valtellina, a very popular tourist destination especially for ski resorts, offers two particular and highly sought after spas. The Bagni Vecchi and Bagni Nuovi.

    The Bagni Vecchi are located on the Roman baths and include large pools and saunas on the inside and large panoramic outdoor pools immersed in the snow. A complex surrounded by relaxation rooms and caves where you can experience wellness treatments.


    The Bagni Nuovi, on the other hand, are made up of about twenty baths, whirlpools and saunas, immersed in a natural park. One of the most important features is the possibility of making muds for the body and face freely.


    4. Thermal baths of Ischia

    The island of Ischia is a real spa island.
    In summer you can enjoy the spas on the beaches with fumaroles, such as that of Sorgeto, where the thermal waters flow between the sea and cliffs. Or enjoy the benefit of the warm waters directly at the spa Poseidon Gardens.


    5. Thermal baths of Sicily - Vulcano

    Perhaps this is Sicily you would not expect. OnVulcano island, in the Aeolian archipelago, there is a subsoil very rich in sulphurous areas in the open sea, where natural thermal pools and tubs are created for making muds.

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