The Cascate del Mulino
Natural spa, where the water is warm and the view is amazing. Actually the word warm doesn’t really do this water justice. It’s 37°C constantly and comes from a source underground brimming with sulphur and other minerals. It’s these minerals which I’m told have been curing minor ailments since the time of the Romans.
Lake Garda Hot Spring
The shores of Garda are studded with pretty harbour towns, Sirmione, with its cobbled streets, its 13th-century castle and, above all, the ruined Roman villa lying at the tip of the promontory: the Grotte di Catullo – not a grotto, but that’s what the early Venetian explorers called it when they came upon what they thought were natural caves in the thick undergrowth, not realising they had stumbled on a vast treasure, the most important Roman site in northern Italy.
Bormio Hot Spring
The baths of Bormio (Sondrio) are formed by a pond with stones that gather a hot bowl of crystal clear water . The view still preserves the memory of the movements of the rock. The red and gray stone blend seamlessly into the background of emerald green vegetation that stands proud of the blue. The baths are completely free access.
Jigokudani Monkey Park, Japan
The Jigokudani Monkey Park offers is a unique place in Japan where you will see wild monkeys bathing in a natural hot spring. The park is inhabited by Japanese Macaques, which are also known as Snow Monkeys.
Angseri Hot Springs, Bali
If you want to visit Angseri Hot Spring, located in the district of Tabanan, you should make sure that your driver knows where you finally would like to end up. Air Panas Angseri, is not very popular with tourists as it provides just the minimum for the basic needs.
Ma’in Hot Springs, Jordan
Hot thermal springs at Hammamat Zarqa Ma’in and Al-Himma and take time out to visit some of the historic architecture of the area.
Close by are two sites linked by tradition to Herod the Great. One is the palace at Mukawir (Machaerus), where Salome traditionally danced, and where John the Baptist was beheaded. King Herod was said to have bathed in the medicinal waters of the springs and people have come here for thermal treatments, or simply to enjoy a hot soak, since the days of Rome.
Kiraly Baths, Budapest
Király Bath or Király fürdő is a thermal bath that was first built in Hungary in the second half of the sixteenth century, during the time of Ottoman rule. The bath and its neighborhood have since become part of the consolidated city of Budapest.