Surrounded by the natural landscape of Val di Cornia, Venturina is a small town famous for its thermal bathes.
Although the benefit properties of the water of Venturina were known since ancient times, the firsts to use them were the Romans that built some proper thermal baths. Today that same thermal bath has been restored and collected in a suggestive natural thermal pool open air around which has developed a modern wellness center that offers massages, mud treatments and many other beauty cares.
On the hills surrounding town, vineyards and olive groves extend as far as the eye can see. From these are produced olive oil and wine of great quality really appreciated in the whole valley and today known even abroad.
Oil and wine of the territory are then used to prepare or accompany numerous traditional recipes inspired by the classical tuscan gastronomy based on game, bread not salted, pasta, seasonal fruits and vegetables.