Terme di Genova is a small but nice SPA in the western side of Genoa, Acquasanta nearby Voltri.


The  history of this village is linked to the water of its river, considered holy and therapeutic, as indicated by its name Acqua= water Santa=holy.

Near the spa you will find a Marian temple probably built in the 1465. Some source talks about a pagan temple existing before it but destroyed by floods. The actual Church was built in 1683-1717, but the front and the bell tower arrived only in XIX century. The marriage between Maria Cristina di Savoia and Ferdinando II, king of Reign of Due Sicilie was celebrated here in 1832. They chose a church out of the city because the Cristina’s mother just died: a matter of respect for the bride’s mourning. Today there are two headstones remember the event.

Holy water

The Acquasanta’s Spa is famous for the high quality of its thermal and sulphurous water.

Treatments such as mud baths, baths, hydromassage baths are recommended for health especially for respiratory diseases and skincare. The water is depurated with oxygen instead chlorine approved from the Ministry of Health.


There are two whirlpools, a sauna, a steam room with thermal water, and you can book a massage (hot stone, fast relax, comfort touch) or beauty treatment as well. On Fridays and Saturdays you can enjoy the Spa by night (a bath under the stars), with the aperitif included.

You can also try a massage technique from other part of the world, like Pantha Jama, Californian massage, Lomi Lomi, Thai massage, and other east technique.

It’s a place families love because children starting from five years old are allowed to use the spa.

La via delle Terme

Terme di Genova is part of a company La via delle Terme together with Saint Vincent and Champoluc Monterosa SPAs.

You can book your SPA in Genoa

You can check availability and book directly from the website