Hotel Terme di Caldana
Hotel Terme di Caldana

Hotel Terme di Caldana
Via del Parco Termale, 33
57021 Venturina - Campiglia (LI) Tuscany
phone 0565 851400 - fax 0565 858728 - mobile 347 3824369, 328 0073555

Surroundings and what to visit

Isola d'Elba


Venturina is a modern small town between the sea and the countryside. The Caldana hot springs, around which spa facilities have been built, go back to Etruscan and Roman times. The spa centre with restaurant and a warm lake at 36°C is only 800m from the hotel, where our guests have a reduction on the ticket price. Thanks to the central location on the Costa degli Etruschi you can take daily excursions to main Tuscan cities. Cultural jewels such as Siena, Pisa, Volterra, Massa, San Gimignano or Florence, can be easily visited. You can also reach the Isle of Elba from Piombino in about an hour with the ferryboat, or you can chart a sailboat at Marina di Salivoli (Piombino).

Campiglia Marittima

Situated on a hill overlooking the sea and the surrounding countryside, Campiglia Marittima is one of the loveliest old hill towns on the Costa degli Etruschi. Here in the very heart of the Val di Cornia where ancient traditions live on, remains bearing witness to the Etruscan, Roman and Medieval civilisations can be found among olive groves, vineyards and Mediterranean scrub.

San Vincenzo


For over 90 uninterrupted kilometres, clear water shading from emerald green to deepest blue washes the coast, the water quality and services provided by the coastal resorts have been awarded the European Union's Blue Flag.
A line of splendid resorts stretches from San Vincenzo to Piombino: Golfo di Baratti, la Buca delle Fate, Rimigliano, Cala Moresca and Torre Mozza are only some of the beaches of the Costa degli Etruschi, famous for their enchanting beauty.
Well-equipped marinas provide plenty of opportunities for yachting and water sports as for example sailing boat, windsurf, diving and kite surf.

The Parks of the Val di Cornia

The Parks of the Val di Cornia, in Tuscany, tell a thousand-year-old story which begins with the Etruscan people and bears witness to centuries of extraction and working on metals, proposing also splendid natural, coastal and hilly environments. The Parks you can visit are The Archaeological Mines Park of San Silvestro, The Coastal Park of Sterpaia, The Coastal Park of Rimigliano, The Natural Park of Montioni, The Forestry Park of Poggio Neri, The Museum of Castle and city of Piombino, The Archaeological Museum of the Territory of Populonia, The Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia and The Campiglia Rocca.

Golfo di Baratti

Populonia and Baratti

Populonia was an Etruscan city, famous in the ancient world for working and trading in iron. A panoramic road offering wonderful views connects Populonia with the Golfo di Baratti where there are numerous reminders of Etruscan times.


Piombino, situated on a headland facing the Tuscan Archipelago, has a wealth of interesting history and protected natural areas to explore. You can also reach the Isle of Elba from Piombino in about an hour with the ferryboat, or you can chart a sailboat at Marina di Salivoli (Piombino). Daily excursion are possible to the Isles of Capraia, Pianosa and Giglio.

San Vincenzo

San Vincenzo combines natural beauty with the amenities of a welcoming, hospitable resort, making it an international tourist destination. Today, it is a modern, efficient town with a well-equipped harbour for pleasure craft.



The town is a splendid medieval village situated on the slopes of the hills overlooking the Costa degli Etruschi; a true jewel rich in history and art. The town displays an enchanting architectural harmony and its ancient walls enclose paved streets lined with stone houses, historical buildings, impressive churches, and shadowy cloisters. The Wine Route winds its way through countryside rich with grapevines and centuries old olive trees.


Immortalised in Giosuè Carducci's poem "Before San Guido", "I cipressi che a Bolgheri alti e schietti van da San Guido in duplice filar...", this ancient village has a fascination all of its own. The surrounding countryside with its horse-breeding farms is the ideal place for walking, cycling or horse riding.

Castagneto Carducci

This splendid corner of Tuscany in the heart of the Costa degli Etruschi constantly receives recognition, both at home and abroad, for its extraordinary beauty. A wildlife oasis of exceptional naturalistic interest can be found in Bolgheri: the "Oasi di Bolgheri". Some of the most highly-prized wines in the world such as Sassicaia e Ornellaia are produced along the Wine Route.