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The Etruscan baths of Bagnone and the villages of the upper Val di Cornia
The tour holds many surprises, especially for “Baths archaeology” enthusiasts.
The recently discovered Bagnone settlement dates back to the 3rd century BC and is an extremely interesting and fascinating place, both because it is the only Etruscan baths site in the territory of ancient Etruria, and because of the landscape in which it is set, nestled between a stream, still fed by hot water, and the wild valley of the Cornia river.
The itinerary continues along the Cornia, goes upwards again in via La Leccia and finally Sasso Pisano, both well-preserved medieval villages.
Once you reach Sasso, under the spectacular cliff on which the village stands, you will find a small bathing pond, recently built, where you can happily enjoy some well-deserved relaxation.