The Baths of Romagna have a history that is lost in time, in fact there are numerous archaeological finds that suggest the ancient human settlements in the areas where the sulphurous waters flow. It was with the advent of the Romans that the first spa was built, also mentioned by Marziale in his epigrams. The barbarian invasions lost importance to these baths and only in the fifteenth century, with the lordship of the doctors, were they restored to their former splendor.
Today there are three main baths in Bagno di Romagna: the thermal baths of Sant’Agnese, Roseo and Euroterme. Here you can enjoy the well-being and healing properties of bicarbonate-alkaline-sulphurous waters.