B&B Santa Lucia
In a small corner of Pescantina, The Bed & Breakfast Santa Lucia is in a quiet area in the beautiful surroundings of Valpolicella. The structure is ideally positioned for reaching numerous local attractions like Aquardens, the biggest thermal park in Italy, the many theme parks in the area which the B&B are partnered with and of course, Lake Garda and Verona, which are well connected by motorway. The hotel offers three rooms boasting every mod con, breakfast and free parking.
- Distance to Aquardens: 900m
Aquardens (900mt from the b&b) is the biggest Spa complex in Italy, with its 60,000 metres squared all year-round service, surrounded by the scenic Valpolicella. The resort has 11 pools both indoor and out, lagoons, caves and waterfalls which are filled with salso-bromo-iodic water and vary in temperatures between 28° and 37° with properties that are beneficial for adults and children alike. The building is divided into 3 zones. The first is The Spa Lounge which is made up of steam baths, saunas and chill out zones. The second zone is The Ritual Sauna, with wellness rituals. The third is l’Aquadivina with its beauty treatments, fitness programs and two private suites for couples to relax and enjoy the sauna, steam room, Jacuzzis and reserved massage cabins. There is also a kid’s section. Aquardens also boasts multiple dining areas and, during the summer, two large lakes of cool spa water and an Oasis Beach with white sand, gazebos and umbrellas. There is also a Medical Centre available in the complex which offers consultations in both preventative and rehabilitate thermal cures. The cures range from dermatological and endocrinological to sports medicine, nutrition science and rheumatology.
The rooms are named “Frangipane” (Plumeria), “Fior di Loto” (Lotus flower) and “Papavero” (Poppy) in the Bed & Breakfast Santa Lucia, all rooms have an ensuite bathroom, air conditioning, satellite TV and free Wi-Fi.
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The short distance to Verona (12km) makes a visit to this UNESCO world heritage site a must for any passing visitor. This city, one of the most beautiful in Italy, is jam packed full of monuments and sights to see, such as the Arena, the Roman amphitheatre which hosts the opera. Shakespeare enthusiasts flock to see the famed balcony of Juliet, as well as other places of cultural and historical interest: piazza Erbe, the basilica of San Zeno and the Palazzo del Podestà. Just a short distance away are some of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Lago di Garda, San Giorgio di Valpolicella or for a wonderful view you could visit Santuario delle Salette or for true nature lovers the Waterfalls of Molina. Food and wine fanatics are in the perfect place to lose themselves among the many wine cellars of Valpolicella and for the younger guests a trip to the theme parks like Gardaland, CanevaWorld, Parco Natura Viva and Jungle Adventure cannot be missed out on.