The Cascate del Mulino waterfalls and Terme di Saturnia thermal spa are a popular attraction in southern Tuscany, Italy. The falls flow onto travertine rocks, which have formed small pools over the centuries.Read More
Japan is known for its Onsen, or natural hot springs. One of the prettiest is located in Kurokawa on the island of Kyushu,
where you can stay overnight or get a day pass with access to three of the 24 baths. You can select from pools located in caves,
surrounded by bamboo, or situated next to snowy riverbanks and many more - truly an Onsen Wonderland.
This natural phenomenon is one of the most beautiful sites on earth.
The geothermal water originates 2,000 metres below the surface, where freshwater and seawater combine at extreme temperatures.
The island of Uunartoq is home to the only springs in Greenland, which are warm enough to bathe in.
On the uninhabited island between Alluitsup Paa and Nanortalik in South Greenland there are three naturally heated springs, which stream together to a small stone-dammed pool. Surrounded by majestic mountain peaks and drifting icebergs, you can lie in the warm water and enjoy the surreal and beautiful natural surroundings.
Pamukkale is a town in western Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters cascading down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded around 190 B.C. The Antique Pool is famous for its submerged Roman columns, the result of an earthquake.Read More