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In Valdidentro, there are two spa resort facilities for well-being and relaxation: the Bagni Nuovi (new baths), in the direction of Livigno and the Bagni Vecchi (the old baths), in direction of the Stelvio Pass. And, between the two resorts, is the splendid promenade of Plinian Source.

QC Terme Bagni Vecchi – the Old Baths

Take a dip into more than two thousand years of history, from the Roman Baths through the secular caves that lead to one of the hot springs dating back thousands of years, up to the panoramic pool outdoors overlooking Bormio. The Bagni Vecchi spa resort proposes six sectors with different thermal itineraries, from the panoramic outdoor swimming pool overlooking Bormio to roman baths, known since the first century BC—a place well worth visiting.

Visit the Bagni Vecchi website

QC Terme Bagni Nuovi – the New Baths

The spa resort and Wellness center Bagni Nuovi is part of the Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi in Bormio. It is divided into four sectors, each with a different spa treatment. And each sector has its own aromas, light colors, and pictures, and it’s all natural. There are four sectors, each with a different spa route designed to suit a specific need. For example, you will find the sauna coated in pinewood from the early Nineteenth Century to be very enchanting.

Visit the Bagni Nuovi website

Fonte Pliniana (Spring of Pliny the Elder)

Located in the Stelvio National Park, the Fonte Pliniana is immersed in a romantic park. The area is freely accessible and is situated between the structures of the Bagni Nuovi and the Bagni Vecchi. There is a path through this beautiful forest, between trees, near waterfalls and into the gorge of the river Adda, which leads to the spring, dedicated to Pliny the Elder, who was the first author to mention the Bagni di Bormio. At the end of the path you will find a particular artificial cave enclosing the spring, from which flows hot water.