There are two natural outdoor springs from which you can collect water. One spring produces odorless fresh mineral water; the other smells like sulfur, and is said to be good for digestion. The Italians bring empty plastic bottles with them each morning and fill up before leaving for work or getting on with their day.
There are winding paths to follow, benches, a stream, a bocce ball court, a basic miniature golf area (that kids might still enjoy), and fountains to take in, all without cost.
Behind the buildings and up into the hills are rugged walking paths. Since I broke my leg while walking alone on an Italian farm road in 2006, I no longer trek such areas by myself. That is why I've come to like this gentle uphill walk to the Terme. The journey gets the blood moving, while the destination soothes. For details on how to take this walk, see below.
Note: Terme di Fontecchio doesn't have a web site; therefore a link to Trip Advisor is below: