The only accessible toilet on site is that of the closed bar.
At certain times of the year the billabongs are inhabited by very small red worms, which are totally harmless but could make a lot of sense to someone.
Before entering the puddles, take off necklaces, rings and bracelets of any material, because sulphurous water blackens them in an instant.
Avoid coming here on summer weekends, because the overcrowding reaches critical levels that compromise the quality of water, relaxation and well-being that you would like to get from an experience at the spa.
The Mulino waterfalls are a natural and free place, so they are open 24 hours a day, every day, even in winter and entry is free.
At the waterfalls "del Mulino " there is a bar and a parking, always open.
If you come from Montemerano you can make a brief stop at the viewpoint along the road, from which you can admire the entire enchanting valley of Saturnia.
Pay attention to the bottoms of the tanks, which can be slippery, move cautiously. The use of rubber shoes is recommended.
Beware of horseflies, which become unbearable in the hottest days and the only way to get rid of them is to dive with the whole body into the water.
Be careful of theft, never leave your bags, rather go take a swim in turns or take your stuffs with you.
If you are with children, before you choose the area where you want to stay, take a good look around, because exhibitionists have been reported.
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Visited in 2016
The Mulino waterfalls are located in Tuscany (Italy) along the SP10 provincial road, which connects Montemerano and Saturnia.
Finding them is very simple, even without a navigator, just follow the signs along the road.
The waterfalls are about 150 km from Rome, 200 km from Florence and 450 km from Milan.