Hotels to remember: Bagno Vignoni

Hotel Palazzo del Capitano...

San Quirico d'Orcia

From € 154.00

Borgo Lucignanello

Montalcino

From € 109.65

Locanda del Loggiato

Bagno Vignoni

From € 100.00

Tenuta Villa Rocchi

Torrita di Siena

Antica Casa i Sucinelli

Serre di Rapolano

Casa di Bacco

Montepulciano

From € 950.00

Casa Fabbrini

San Casciano dei Bagni

From € 137.00

Adler Thermae

San Quirico d'Orcia

Follonico 4-Suite

Torrita di Siena

From € 190.00

Villa Cicolina

Montepulciano

Relais Villa Armena

Buonconvento

Siena House

Torrita di Siena

La Casa di Adelina

Monticchiello, Pienza

From € 92.00

Montorio

Montepulciano

Borgo Tepolini

Castel del Piano

From € 63.00

Locanda dell'Amorosa

Sinalunga

From € 190.00

Relais San Sanino

Montefollonico

From € 407.00

Locanda di San Francesco

Montepulciano

From € 182.00

Fattoria Armena

Buonconvento

Villa Poggiano

Montepulciano

Castello di San Fabiano

Monteroni d'Arbia

From € 180.00

Travel ideas

Bagno Vignoni: introduction

Bagno Vignoni Hotel

Bagno Vignoni is a small village in the heart of the Valdorcia, a village where time seems to have stood still for centuries. Situated on the Via Franchigena, the historic pilgrim route leading to Rome, Bagno Vignoni centres around a large pool of thermal water. Bordered by a 14th century wall, the pool is continually replenished with warm water (52°) from the village's thermal springs. The health inducing properties of the water have been known since ancient times. Today, the waters are used in spa therapies performed in the various wellness centers situated in Bagno Vignoni.

Many of the medieval houses and palazzi of Bagno Vignoni have been transformed in attractive bars, restaurants, and shops. The buildings overlooking three sides of the central pool are particularly charming, A typical loggia supported by pillars in travertine marble closes the fourth side of the baths. Legend has it that Saint Catherine, after whom the loggia takes its name, used to bathe in these waters, as did members of all the great noble families of Siena.

On cold winter nights, the contrast between the external temperature and that of the warm thermal waters produces vapours which rise up from the pool and envelop the whole of Bagno Vignoni. The resulting magical, almost surreal atmosphere, was immortalised in the Russian director Andrej Tarkóvskij's film, "Nostalgia".

Bagno Vignoni: suggestions from the hotels

Giovanni P. Fiorentini

(General Manager)

Castello di San Fabiano

Countryside Residences

Castle of San Fabiano is a perfect base for visiting Siena, the most well preserved medieval town in the world and to enjoy the amazing Sienese Clay Hills, the Orcia Valley and wine districts of Nobile, Brunello and Chianti, as well. (Castello di San Fabiano) →

Stefania Salvini

(Proprietaria)

Montorio

Countryside Residences

Montepulciano is the pearl of the '500, walking through its streets you can see splendor lived during the Renaissance. The most evocative monument is the church of San Biagio and Montorio is located in front with a unique view. (Montorio) →

Francesco Cresti

(proprietario)

La Casa di Adelina

Bed & Breakfast

Francesco Cresti

Monticchiello is located in the heart of Val d'Orcia, is a perfect starting point to visit the south of Tuscany. Pienza, Bagno Vignoni, Montepulciano and Montalcino are just some of the destinations that you can visit. (La Casa di Adelina) →

Bagno Vignoni: places to see in the area