Our region

La Gustea and its surroundings is where nature has been the supreme architect. Only a few steps from us, Nadia can help you decide where to indulge in some relaxing moments: like a visit to the thermal waters, or she can recommend the most interesting places to visit in the various areas around Siena.
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Spa waters

San Casciano dei Bagni

San Casciano dei Bagni, city view.
San Casciano dei Bagni (13 km), with its 42 sources are defined as "the most beautiful spas in the world." The Fonteverde Centre has numerous thermal pools with 22 different types of whirlpools and a beautiful view of the valley. In summer you can immerse yourself in the cold water pool of over 140 m.


In Sarteano city centre, the Bagno Santo (400 mt) is home to the source of the Canalette at a temperature of about 24 °C. The Park contains three swimming pools and is well shaded, with ample green areas, and is well cared for.

Chianciano Terme

Chianciano (8 km), with Sensory spas, are where experienced Naturopaths and Ayurvedic physicians have created six basic itineraries that provide twenty different types of treatments. The Theia pools instead include 4 outdoor and 3 indoor spa pools that fill with water from the Sillene spring; at a temperature of 39 °C these waters have an anti- inflammatory effect on osteoarticular and muscle-tendon problems.

Rapolano Terme

Rapolano Terme (40 km), with the Antica Querciolaia Centre is almost unique; there is a choice of cold, temperate and warm baths, with indoor and outdoor pools at various temperatures.

Bagni San Filippo

Bagni San Filippo, from whose travertine rocks spring sulphurous thermal waters rich of calcium carbonate, deposit white tartar on the sulfur forms and, with its impressions, form real bas-reliefs of many shapes.

Bagno Vignoni

Bagnovignoni, town square.
Bagno Vignoni has a town square and offers its boiling thermal waters that gush out at 52 °C.

The lands of Val d’Orcia


Montalcino, city view.
Montalcino (50 km) is the cradle of Brunello wine but it is also an important city of art. It is also known for its imposing fortress and the Civic and Diocesan Museums. Nearby (9 km) is the abbey of Sant'Antimo, a beautiful Lombard-French Romanesque architectural complex built in onyx and alabaster.


Pienza (30 km), a masterpiece of Renaissance architectural equilibrium was a project created by Pope Pius II Piccolomini who asked for one of the best architects of the Renaissance (il Rossellino) to design and compose a universal prototype of the ideal city. This city is also world famous for its sheep cheese (Pecorino di Pienza).


Radicofani (19 km), with its ninth-century tower, looks over all of Val d'Orcia. This village merits a careful visit, its most illustrious monument is the Romanesque Church of St. Peter built in the 13th c.


Chiusi (10 km), with Porsenna and the Etruscans. This old town sits on a hill overlooking the Val di Chiana.


Cortona (55 km), described in 1639 as follows: "It has a beautiful, spacious plain, from either side with hills and valleys; and behind the city are high and fertile mountains. It appears as if it were a painting, it is much longer than wide, facing south." Four centuries later that description is still valid and it remains the same.


Montepulciano, Piazza Grande.
Montepulciano (25 km), it has been described as one of the most beautiful Italian Renaissance cities, with squares and alleys that suddenly open up to breathtaking panoramas. Montepulciano is home to the world-famous wine, “Nobile”, a name given to it due to its excellence. The wineries are actual monuments that collect these precious treasures, they can all be visited.
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