Saturnia

Saturnia

Hidden in the bucolic countryside of Maremma, these giant natural pools of swirling milky water draw visitors from all over Italy. A village of resorts and spas has grown around them—some quite luxurious—but the favorite way to take the waters here is to visit one of the two fabulous natural waterfalls formed by the springs: Cascate del Mulino and Cascate del Gorello.

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