Guide for visiting the Venturina Calidarium


the Calidario in Venturina is an ideal destination for those seeking relaxation and wellness immersed in Tuscan nature. Plan your visit by following these tips and get ready for an unforgettable experience among hot springs and breathtaking scenery!

The Venturina Calidarium: what it is and how to get there

If you are planning a visit to the Calidario di Venturina, a spa facility surrounded by nature in Tuscany, you are in the right place to find out everything you need to know about this enchanting place. The Calidario is a thermal pool fed by natural hot springs, located near Venturina Terme, in the province of Livorno.

To reach the Calidarium, you can consider different options depending on your location. If you arrive by car, you can take the highway and follow the signs to Venturina Terme. Once there, the Calidarium is easily reached by following local signs. Be sure to check travel times and plan your trip according to your preferences.

If you prefer to use public transportation, you can take a train to the nearest station in Venturina Terme and then continue by local bus or cab to the Calidario. Check train and bus schedules to better plan your trip.

The Calidario is located in a lovely natural setting, surrounded by greenery and equipped with modern facilities to ensure maximum comfort for visitors.

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Prices and admission times at the Calidario natural swimming pool

Admission prices to the Calidarium can vary depending on the season and the options chosen it starts from 25€ per person for 3 hours of admission. It is advisable to check the official Calidario website or contact the facility directly for up-to-date information on costs and opening hours.

Usually, Calidario offers different rates for adults, children and families. Some packages include access to the spa pool and use of surrounding facilities, such as locker rooms and showers. It is advisable to make reservations in advance, especially during peak season, to secure a spot and avoid queues at the entrance.

In terms of opening hours, the Calidarium usually welcomes visitors throughout the year, with hours that may vary depending on the season. Always check updated schedules before you leave to make sure you find the Calidarium open when you arrive.

Where to stay in Baratti

If you’re planning an excursion to the Venturina Calidario, you can’t miss what all around the Gulf of Baratti has to offer: Agricampeggio La Piaggia can offer you an essential base for visiting the surroundings and an unparalleled immersion in nature. Come and discover it or write us to book your place!

La Piaggia agricamping is right there: a stone’s throw from the Gulf of Baratti-a small town in the province of Piombino in Tuscany-set on the ridge of a hill

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