The World’s Best Hot Springs

While in the past hot springs have been something of a whispered anomaly – a sight to be enjoyed and experienced only by the world’s most adventurous – Travel & Style released a comprehensive review of the globe’s most stunning and refreshing hot springs.

The Blue Lagoon in Grindavik, Iceland kicks off the list for its majestically blue geothermal seawater. Travel & Style notes that at 38 degrees Celsius, the water contains silica, minerals, and algae – all known for their anti-aging and skin-repairing properties.

Tuscany’s Terme di Saturnia earned a spot on the list for its ethereal views of the Etruscan ruins. The water is heated by Monte Amiata, the second largest volcano in Italy, and is famous for its circulation-boosting effects. In Arenal, Costa Rica, the Tabacon Hot Springs offer a resplendent respite from the rainforest. The rainwater springs are rich in minerals that encourage muscle relaxation – not to mention the hot spring is the perfect vantage point for the Arenal Volcano Region.

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