The Terme di Bormio, officially known as Bormio Terme, are a thermal complex located in Valtellina, in the province of Sondrio, in Lombardy.
These spas were also described by the great Leonardo da Vinci who in the Codex Atlanticus, a set of drawings and writings by the Italian artist, speaks of a “healing spring” in Valtellina. The thermal waters flow from the source at a temperature of 37°C and are rich in minerals, such as calcium, magnesium and sulphates.
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The spa complex offers a wide range of services, including indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs, saunas, Turkish baths, Kneipp paths and relaxation areas. They are famous for their healing and therapeutic properties, which are also used in spa and therapeutic treatments, such as mud baths and massages.
Furthermore, the spas are located in a panoramic position, surrounded by the mountains of Alta Valtellina, and offer the possibility of practicing outdoor sports, such as skiing in winter and trekking in summer.
Finally, these spas are also famous for their millenary history. The first written records of the baths date back to Roman times and during the Middle Ages they were also frequented by illustrious figures, such as the emperor Charlemagne. Today, the Terme di Bormio represent an ideal destination for those seeking relaxation, well-being and history in Lombardy.
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