Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort
Italy, Toscana, Grosseto, Terme di Saturnia

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The Resort

The Resort

Italy's leading Spa, Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort lies in the shadow of the old town of Saturnia, at the heart of the Maremma on the Southern reaches of Tuscany. Newly developed around the heart of an ancient building of travertine stone, this elegant Leading Hotels of the World resort offers first class accommodation, exclusive Spa treatments at the 3000 years old Saturnia thermal springs, and a brand new championship course designed by Ronald Fream.

A Leading Hotel of the World, accommodation at Terme di Saturnia is distributed between the original historical stone building and the newer wings overlooking the thermal springs. Terme di Saturnia culinary offer takes its inspiration from the Mediterranean and Tuscan traditions, reinterpreted by the executive Chef in his various original menus. One of The Leading Spas of the World, Terme di Saturnia offers a wide range of health and beauty treatments based on the properties of Saturnia's thermal water. Already used by the Etruscans and Romans, the spring sprouts out of the ground at a rate of 800 litres per second and a temperature of 37º. Saturnia Day Spa features four thermal pools and falls, jacuzzi, spa circuit, Spa Boutique, Spa Café and sixty treatment cabins.

Tuscany Maremma’s mild climate and nearby hot springs make our course an ideal all-year-round destination for a game. The project is the brainchild of architect Ronald Fream of Golfplan, the studio responsible for some of the most prestigious courses in the world. Built over 250 acres of lush farmlands adjacent to the hotel, the layout blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings, including in its design the preservation of streams, wild local flora and natural habitat.

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Saturnia Hotel & Spa
Saturnia Hotel & Spa

Saturnia Hotel & Spa

Accommodation at Terme di Saturnia is distributed between the original historical stone building and the newer wings overlooking the thermal springs. All guestrooms were designed according to the "habitat philosophy", based on the harmony with one's surroundings and expressed in the choice of material, lighting and shades of fabrics and finishing, to create an atmosphere of total well-being.

Accommodation

The Leading Hotels of the World

140 Guestrooms • All rooms with air conditioning, telephone, satellite TV, minibar and safe • Class rooms: in the historic building • Prestige rooms: in the Villa overlooking the thermal springs • Junior Suites: in the most recent part of the building - walk in closet, HDSL, bathroom with tub and shower • Suites: Overlooking the thermal springs - Bedroom, lounge, walk in closet, linen sheets, HDSL, bathroom with tub and shower

Restaurants

Terme di Saturnia culinary offer takes its inspiration from the Mediterranean and Tuscan traditions, reinterpreted by the executive Chef in his various original menus. Guests can choose between the resort's two gourmet venues, Aqualuce - serving a sophisticated and creative gastronomic cuisine, and All'Acquacotta - offering a market seasonal cuisine. For the health-conscious, dietetic menus are formulated by Saturnia's dieticians.

Amenities

Cruciani Cashmere • Atelier Aldo Coppola • Art Gallery • Gym • 24 hour room service • Laundry/ Valet service • Concierge/tour desk • Meeting facilities for 250 pax

 

SATURNIA SPA & WELLNESS

The Leading Spas of the World

One of The Leading Spas of the World, Terme di Saturnia offers a wide range of health and beauty treatments based on the properties of Saturnia's thermal water. Already used by the Etruscans and Romans, the spring sprouts out of the ground at a rate of 800 litres per second and a temperature of 37º. Saturnia Day Spa features four thermal pools and falls, jacuzzi, spa circuit, Spa Boutique, Spa Café and sixty treatment cabins. Additionally, there is a Roman Bath recreating the atmosphere of ancient roman baths in an elegant setting of travertine stone and lit by a large skylight.

Thermal Pool

(Day Spa) Thermal water at 37º C. in use for 3000 years (high density of hydrogen-sulphide and carbon dioxide) • 4 Thermal pools and cascades • Jacuzzi, spa circuit, cold/warm pools • Spa Boutique • Spa Café

Spa Treatments

(Day Spa) 60 Treatment cabins • Specialist's check-up • Thermal cures • Relaxation and massages • Beauty treatments • Aesthetic medicine • Diet service • Physiotherapeutic techniques • Fitness • Aquarelax • Toning & Cellulite • Holistic treatments • Limph of Saturnia

Roman Bath

(Exclusive use of Hotel's guests) Roman thermal bath with skylight • Turkish bath, light therapy cabins, showers, steam bath and bio sauna

Saturnia Golf Course
Saturnia Golf Course

Saturnia Golf Course

• Championship Course

Ronald Fream - Golfplan (2007) 18 holes - Par 72 - 7,170 yds

Tuscany Maremma’s mild climate and nearby hot springs make our course an ideal all-year-round destination for a game. The project is the brainchild of architect Ronald Fream of Golfplan, the studio responsible for some of the most prestigious courses in the world. Built over 250 acres of lush farmlands adjacent to the hotel, the layout blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings, including in its design the preservation of streams, wild local flora and natural habitat.

The fairways are well spaced and separated by higher grounds left to their natural state, with herbaceous plants growing wild and maintaining a natural look to the whole layout. The course extends through a wide valley, providing wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, ancient villages and mountainous backdrop. Aside its great natural beauty, the course offers a fair challenge to golfers of all levels.

Double-ended Driving Range + Resident pro + Full practice facilities

 


The Golf in Grosseto

The Golf in Grosseto

• Punta Ala Golf Club

Giulio Cavalsani (1964)

On the Etruscan Coast between Livorno and Grosseto, Punta Ala is a first class seaside resort nestling amidst lush pine groves on a splendid stretch of beach. At the heart of the resort, Punta Ala is a scenic course with some of the best views over the Mediterranean on any course in the country. Designed in the 1960's by Giulio Cavalsani, this difficult and long course is laid on some very hilly terrain and the narrow fairways stretching through a dense forest of evergreens, pine trees and ancient oaks, forming natural hazards and providing a welcoming shade. 

• Argentario Golf Resort

Baldovino Dassu & David Mezzacane (2008)

In the heart of Maremma the Argentario Golf Club meanders through an oasis, which is being protected by mediterranian forests, offering extremly beautiful, panoramic views. The gentle slopes, the sea and the lagoon are part of the basis of this micro climate, which makes golfing possible all the year. The greens are exceptional beautiful and there is always a moderate breeze, which moderates the temperature and adds variation to the round. Playing on this course requires power and precision.

• Toscana Golf Club

Keith Preston (1999)

Extending over gently rolling ground in a wide and sunny valley, the course at Golf Club Toscana has been built to international standard and fits beautifully into the classical Tuscan countryside, its fairways flanked by silvery olive groves and towering cypresses. A fair challenge to all, the course is nicely complemented by the Blue Team Golf Academy and a warm welcome at the Clubhouse’s  Birdies Bar.

Maremma, Toscana

Maremma, Toscana

The Maremma is one of the most striking corners of Tuscany, where hills map out the horizon and each stone, leaf and tree tells a story three thousand years old. Wandering along the pathways that meander through the countryside, between the thermal waterfalls and veils of steam, traces left by history can be made out: evocative Etruscan necropolises, elegant Roman villas, mysterious medieval fortresses. The charm of the Maremma is enriched by its livestock-raising traditions. The ‘butteri’, skilful cowboys, were talented enough to beat Buffalo Bill in 1911 when he challenged them to a contest at breaking in colts. The Maremman cattle-rearers still remain proud of this victory and hand down their skills from father to son.

Montemerano

Securely positioned on a hill covered by age-old olives, its historical centre is a classic example of a medieval town. The town’s highest and oldest point, the castle, dominated by its square keep, is surrounded by small squares, alley-ways and houses that still emanate ancient splendour through traces of frescoes and decorations on their façades. Near one of the town gateways is set the church of San Giorgio, renovated between the 14th and 15th centuries and home to valuable works of art.

Manciano

The monumental fortress, built by the Sienese in the 15th century, commands over the medieval part of town. The heart of this agricultural centre offers ancient elliptic narrow alley-ways with houses embellished with decorative motifs. The Museo di Preistoria e Protostoria della Valle del Fiora displays local finds.

Pitigliano

Pitigliano offers visitors a fairytale setting rising from a promontory of striking and untamed beauty, surrounded by bright green valleys. The Medicean aqueduct, the churches and the houses seem have been conjured up onto the spur of tufa overhanging the valley of the Lente and Meleta rivers. Pitigliano’s magic can be savoured by taking in the historical centre, strolling through the narrow and picturesque streets, exploring the caves and Etruscan tombs that today serve as cellars, continuing up to the Jewish Ghetto whose fame was to lend Pitigliano the name of ‘Little Jerusalem’, with its synagogue, library packed with ancient texts, cemetery and oven for cooking unleavened bread.

Sorano

The ancient Etruscan town stands on a high summit that has weathered to resemble a natural cliff and is surrounded by impressive walls to make it one of the most secure defensive systems in the county of Pitigliano. The lovely fortress commands from on high, one of the most esteemed examples of military architecture of the Italian Renaissance period. The Orsini palace and the large Etruscan necropolis are also recommended visiting.

Sovana

This was a important centre from Etruscan times and up to the 12th century. From the 1960s, improvement and restoration projects have restored its particular evocative atmosphere. A real architectural jewel is the cathedral, built in the 9th century and modified between the 11th and 12th centuries.

Address & Contact

Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort

58014 Saturnia (Grosseto)

Italy

 

Location

Maremma Region, S Tuscany, 60 km. E of Grosseto 

Halfway between Florence and Rome

Airports

Florence Amerigo Vespucci (FLR)  200 km. 

Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino (FCO) Rome, 150 km.

Season

All  year (Hotel & Golf)

Climate

Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot summers