Bagno Santo Hotel

Loc.Pian Cantaverna, Saturnia, Province of Grosseto, Tuscany, 58050, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Loc.Pian Cantaverna, Saturnia.
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    Travel Blogs from Saturnia

    The home of buffalo mozzarella!

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 01, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and continued through a park...

    Back on track and about 25 minutes into the trip we sighted some buffalo in a farm close to the highway, and not long afterwards, more and more.... Then we put two and two together and realised that they were the farms that were supplying the milk for the buffalo mozzerela cheese that was being sold at all of the shops by the road! Emma was in another heaven, and we had to stop. We found a caseificio by the side of the road ...

    Bolsena - It's just like going home!

    A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 12, 2014

    4 comments, 15 photos

    After Siena it is 'take a deep breath time'. The morning after the day before (Thursday), saw us head north-west to San Gimignano for a few days. San Gim features high on the list of 'visit able places' in this part of Italy. Coll and I visited there in 2000,.. our last holiday dedicated specifically to Italy. Our memories of the place were of a historic, beautiful town that boasted loads of fashion stores (both male and female),.. in fact, I purchased a suede bomber jacket on ...

    Everything is beautiful but nothing is easy

    A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jun 23, 2014

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... I stayed just outside this town and I loved it. I remember a lot more shops though and I know there were whole areas I was before that we couldn't find this time. And that pretty much sums up Tuscan towns. I feel like you'd have to be in a town for a few days to really find everything. They all have a main square where most things are, but then there are these mazes of little streets. Montalcino isn't very large but it is SO hilly. Steep steep hills. "Contemplate how much ...

    Tuscan Hills

    A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 26, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    Well, after surviving the first day of biking we slept quite well, although we did wake to pouring rain in the middle of the night. But the sun was shining when we went downstairs for breakfast and to hear our "route rap" for the day. Based on the info sheet that showed the elevations for each day, we knew that today's climbs were going to be similar to yesterdays, which didn't bode well for me. But, there is always the van! ...

    Go the Distance

    A travel blog entry by jmdipippa on May 19, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... the views and the downhills. This area is still close enough to the sea so that you can see the water from the hilltop towns. Karen and I climbed with Gordon from NY and Jessie from Chicago. The downhills were thrilling!

    Today, Karen, Gordon and I took the long way home. It began to sprinkle on us as we left the lunch town, a cute hilltop village called Capalbio. This is where left wing politicians in Italy vacation and conference. I had ...