The presence of thermal waters in Rapolano is documented since the Etruscan - Roman : a votive deposit in the so- called Buca delle Fate attests to a cult linked to the waters , Which were ascribed sacred property, as well as healthy and therapeutic , as early as the third century BC Dates back to Roman times a large rectangular pool found at Muri Field.

The Same City of Siena During the Middle Ages , many of the provisions Enacted to protect this valuable resource , Which Became blackberries in later centuries and more prosperous and popular .

The waters of Rapolano emerges from underground at a temperature of about 40 ° C; Their composition is Mainly made up of sulfur ,
calcium bicarbonate , with substantial Amounts of magnesium , sodium and potassium .
The sulphurous waters of Rapolano are Particularly suitable for diseases of the respiratory tract , skin and gynecological diseases and to mature thermal mud ; Additions some of the species is at the basis of many beauty treatments .

From here the path dedicated to running water from the spa to get to the source of the first aqueduct public Stitelli That dates from the early twentieth century , continuing towards the source of Fontacce , the spa of St. John and the archaeological area of field Walls .



Terme Antica Querciolaia

Terme San Giovanni