Fosso Bianco - Bagni San Filippo

Fosso Bianco - Bagni San Filippo

Fosso Bianco - Bagni San Filippo
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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  • tooto
    New York City, New York62 contributions
    Natural hot springs under the white whale
    Free natural hot springs with many natural pools of varying temperature. Try to get a spot under the fresh stream of water coming down the mountain rather than from the pools over yours, which will also be warmer. Don't forget coins for the parking meter and I would avoid summer weekends. There is a sign asking for 2 euro per person, but doesn't seem obligatory and nobody checks if people are wearing the bracelet they give you.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 18 August 2023
  • SydneyTraveller
    182 contributions
    Beautiful springs that surpassed our expectations
    We really enjoyed our time at the springs. They were much bigger than we expected and were nice and warm. Someone gave us the tip that the higher up the hill you are, the warmer the water. We found a nice warm pool towards the top. The actual calcification on the walls was beautiful too. We also appreciated having water shoes on, as there were a few sharp things on the ground, like stones and sticks and it made it easier to navigate around the springs. The only issue was finding parking on the road to be able to get to the springs, as there’s no car park for the springs themselves. We went around 12:30pm on a Wednesday and parking on the road was packed. Even when we left it was still completely full from what we could see. In terms of cost, if you’re lucky enough to get parking it’s a few euros to buy a metered parking ticket to display on the dash and then there’s a lady under a gazebo who you pay €2 per person for entry to the springs.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 20 September 2023
  • Kir
    Johannesburg, South Africa330 contributions
    Natural Hot Springs
    It is quite special to be able to experience natural hot springs. Unfortunately we weren't familiar with these and there were no signs/ little guidance. So we landed up walking around quite a bit and asking other visitors where exactly to go. Eventually we managed to find a little hot spring pool to sit in. The sulphur smell was strong but the water was so soft and very warm. I would definitely recommend a visit!
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 10 January 2024
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Mikethepipes
London, UK1,226 contributions
Feb 2024 • Couples
Arrived at 12 noon on 07/02/2024, only a handful enjoying the natural wonder.
Lovely views, the higher you climbed the hotter the temperature.
Stayed for an hour, loved it.😍
Written 7 February 2024
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Kir
Johannesburg, South Africa330 contributions
Jun 2023 • Friends
It is quite special to be able to experience natural hot springs. Unfortunately we weren't familiar with these and there were no signs/ little guidance. So we landed up walking around quite a bit and asking other visitors where exactly to go. Eventually we managed to find a little hot spring pool to sit in. The sulphur smell was strong but the water was so soft and very warm. I would definitely recommend a visit!
Written 11 January 2024
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Judy S
Wollongong, Australia57 contributions
Oct 2023 • Couples
We arrived early to avoid any crowds,not too many people around.Parking was a short distance from the pools.We paid 2 Euros each to enter but a lot of people walked through without paying and nobody seemed to care.The area was clean and the pools were fantastic,warm without being too hot.Took some water shoes as the bottom is a bit rocky,the surrounding area is a bit wet and muddy so take something to put your clothes on.This was a great experiance and virtually free!
Written 21 November 2023
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SydneyTraveller
Sydney182 contributions
Sept 2023 • Family
We really enjoyed our time at the springs. They were much bigger than we expected and were nice and warm. Someone gave us the tip that the higher up the hill you are, the warmer the water. We found a nice warm pool towards the top. The actual calcification on the walls was beautiful too. We also appreciated having water shoes on, as there were a few sharp things on the ground, like stones and sticks and it made it easier to navigate around the springs.

The only issue was finding parking on the road to be able to get to the springs, as there’s no car park for the springs themselves. We went around 12:30pm on a Wednesday and parking on the road was packed. Even when we left it was still completely full from what we could see.

In terms of cost, if you’re lucky enough to get parking it’s a few euros to buy a metered parking ticket to display on the dash and then there’s a lady under a gazebo who you pay €2 per person for entry to the springs.
Written 20 September 2023
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tooto
New York City, NY62 contributions
Aug 2023 • Family
Free natural hot springs with many natural pools of varying temperature. Try to get a spot under the fresh stream of water coming down the mountain rather than from the pools over yours, which will also be warmer. Don't forget coins for the parking meter and I would avoid summer weekends. There is a sign asking for 2 euro per person, but doesn't seem obligatory and nobody checks if people are wearing the bracelet they give you.
Written 18 August 2023
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SloRol
1 contribution
Sept 2022 • Friends
Pools above and below share temperate waters exiting springs below once active and beautiful travertine terraces to form a lukewarm stream of milk.

Come here to sit in a tepid, colorful human tea.

People watch while bathing among teens expressing public displays of affection, modern European hippies on sprinter van tours, and uninformed white American tourists who should have used the bathrooms at their last wine tasting instead.
Written 20 September 2022
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stevenenhilde
Antwerp, Belgium1,030 contributions
Jul 2021
Thermal bath in free nature and for free ... Parking on respectable distance. You can enjoy the warm baths. Wellknown in the region ... a lot of people.
Written 6 August 2021
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Kate
1 contribution
Oct 2020 • Couples
Depending on when you visit Bagni SP the experience may differ. We visited the spot late October (low season) and came there in the morning hours (around 10 am) on a weekday to avoid any crowds. It was a very special experience indeed. We enjoyed one of the mini pools which had very nice warm water. Didn't even need to share it with anyone else - people kind of pick their own mini pools and stick to that. It definitely feels like one of the places to visit during colder months like in autumn or spring as it wouldn't feel as nice if outside temperature is hot and water is warm/hot.
If you are planning on visiting, I'd advice that you wear some trekking shoes which you are not afraid to get dirty - the road to the pools can be quite muddy and wet (it's a bit less so if you try to stick to high grounds as much as possible whilst walking to the pools). You'd also need slippers for bathing as you can't see what's beneath the water surface at all. For a towel - preferably use one not from hotel as the smell might stay on that one. On the note of smelliness, the pools smelled a little of the sulphur but it didn't distract from the experience overall. Also, water was surprisingly clean considering it's a public space - just the leaves, no plastic.
Last note is that you should try to use toilets before you arrive, the ones available at the top of the path are not very well maintained (though available if it's urgent so there's that).
Written 20 October 2020
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jnewsie
Yarm, UK82 contributions
Aug 2020
Looks amazing on the images etc but in reality it was a trek out to some dirty stream with smelly water and overcrowded. With so many other amazing places to go in Tuscany discount this one as a waste of time.
Written 29 September 2020
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Tualie
Varese, Italy1,354 contributions
Sept 2019
Read many yuk reviews, between toilets and changing rooms none of those facilities are available… we thought about that too, but we wanted to enjoy these rare formations and not available everywhere, so we looked to bathe where the water gushes from the pipe by the rock to lay on or the little pools where can share for 5 people or less with own water flush… Parking close to here are all pay parking but there are a few free parking spots after the curve of the park (end of the village). This attraction is nice to see and not for the fussy.

P.S. The tips as per title are: 1. come in low season. 2. get there before 8:00 a.m. enjoy and leave when crowds are coming or after 6 p.m. when crowds leaved. 3. Bring trekking shoes (to walk downhill from street and returning uphill) and water shoes (don’t risk to hurt and slip) maybe walking sticks, apart of the towels etc. 4. Don’t climb up the rock (don’t ruin your holidays!) 5. Stay in a bed&breakfast or rent a place in the village, this is what we did.
Written 12 July 2020
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