Giardini di Venere
Giardini di Venere: a regenerating outdoor course. Alternating immersion in hot thermal water with sunbathing in the crisp mountain air stretched out on the comfortable dormeuses placed around the large open air solarium area, flooded with sunlight from the first rays of dawn until sunset even in Winter..
- Vasche di Saturno: an open air toning course composed of two rectangular pools with music therapy, connected to a further semicircular pool below that has a high intensity waterfall flowing into it for a regenerating hydro massage.
- Fanghi di Diana: a pool for the natural peeling of the skin by mud (sulphur bacteria in suspension) of which the water of Bormio is rich in.
- Baita delle vestali: a characteristic log cabin, on the edge of the forest in accordance with Nordic tradition, to rest and relax for a few moments while the mud takes its affect on the skin, then take a hot shower on the outside of the cabin.
- Vasche delle muse: two wooden open air pools, an original part of the thermal building, fed by a small cascading waterfall for a pleasant hydro-massage on the back and shoulders. One of these, as was used in the ancient orient, is enriched with rose-petals to give the skin a velvety smoothness.
- Vasca di Aurora: Open air pool. Lay down at the water’s edge to benefit simultaneously from the effects of the thermal water and the warm rays of the sun.
- Open air pool Piscina di Venere: a relaxing bathe in warm water of 38°, with views over the mountains that circle the Resort. The open air pool, facing directly south and in full sun even on the coldest days, is subdivided into two connecting areas, alternating still water and strong hydro-massage, for a total of 110m sq.
- Fontana di Parche: An outdoor bath with cromotherapy for pleasant relax in the heart of Giardini di Venere. The bath is made of granite, same of the typical Valtellina fountains.
- Baita di Lucina: A panoramic bio sauna with music-therapy that helps regenerating your body. Inside the sauna is covered a “boiserie” of cirmolo from the 9th century, a typical piece of work of Valtellina’s best carpenters. It represents the atmosphere of the house of that period. Observe the chandelier, an unique luster, where once upon a time people used to hook the house keys. Thus, according a popular tradition, they protected the house from the evil spirits. Over the majolica pottery stove there is a bed made of cirmolo.
- Baita di Pan: Wooden chalet with steam bath, relaxation room with fireplace and panoramic view.
- Sauna di Pan: Sauna with wood-burning stove. Furnished with traditional mountain objects made for sport.
- Vasca delle Naiadi: Wide pool with warm thermal water (30°), ideal for metabolic balance after the steam bath or just after a healthy swim.
- Solarium: a garden exposed completely to the south, bathed in sun from the first light in the morning until sunset, ideal for alternating the open air thermal baths with sun-bathing.