Situated on the green hills of Valdichiana, Chianciano Terme is a popular health resort on a account of its curative spring water. Chianciano was known during the Etruscan and Roman periods but it was only at the beginning of the last century that the properties of the water were commercialised and the first spas were set up. Beside the spa area is the old, typical medieval town centre. Within its ancient walls there are some lovely churches, a thirteenth century castle and an interesting archaelogical museum. The Etruscans knew about the waters, the Romans took advantage of them and built summer houses with spas, even Horace, the Roman poet, came here to take the waters. The three springs – Santa, Fucoli and Sillene – are equipped with thermal facilities, offering not only thermal cures but also beauty treatments. Visitors are guaranteed specialised and personal assistance.
Mineral water - cures, hydrophysiokinesitherapy mud baths, massages, dietology, inhalation centre, cosmetic medicine and angiology, relaxation centre, uva therapy, diagnostic centre.
Chiusi Chianciano Terme Railway Station (15 km), the Rome-Firenze line
The nearest airport is Firenze Peretola, 120 km far from Chianciano
Motorway A1 “Milano Napoli”, exit at the Chiusi-Chianciano Terme toll booths (15 km)
Montepulciano, Pienza, Chiusi, Montalcino, Arezzo, Assisi, Cortona, Lake Bolsena, Lake Trasimeno, Loreto, Recanati, Orvieto and Perugia.
Tennis courts, bowling green, skating rink, public multi-sport complex, clay pigeon shooting, mini-golf and cycle track.
Stabilmento Acqua Santa, Piazza Martiri Perugini, tel. 0578 68410
Stabilmento Fucoli, Via Baccelli, tel. 0578 68430
Bagni Sillene, Piazza Marconi, tel. 0578 68420
Sorgente Sant’Elena, Viale della Libertà 112, tel. 0578 31141