The best wellness hotels isolated in nature. Far from everything and everyone, with a well-kept interior and postcard-perfect landscapes all around. Objective: regenerate

The stress accumulated during the hectic working year is a lot and is starting to take its toll. The thought is already there, of the longed-for holidays. If, however, your holidays are still to be defined and you have not yet decided where and how, we have some advice for you: why not head to a wellness hotel happily isolated in nature?

At the seaside, in the mountains, at the lake, in the countryside, it doesn't matter. What really matters is that there is peace and silence, that no one can disturb you (even if only for a few days).

Between dream landscapes and relaxation treatments, tensions will melt away in record time. Here are 5 oases of peace to consider if you need to unplug and be pampered without having to think about anything. Shhh.

1. COMO Alpina Dolomites

Where: Siusi, Alpe di Siusi (Bolzano)

What to expect: the family atmosphere faithful to the traditional spirit of South Tyrolean hospitality, with the advantage of a holistic spa that draws on the award-winning COMO Shambhala wellness concept.

The architecture is modern and includes a façade covered in quartzite and wood, in homage to local resources. The interior favors natural materials, an abundance of natural light and, of course, comfort. The view of the Dolomites, a UNESCO heritage site, accompanies every moment of the holiday.

Info and reservations: https://www.comohotels. com/it/italy/como-alpina-dolomites/about

2. Therasia Resort Sea & Spa

Where: Vulcanello, Vulcano Island (Messina)

What to expect: sea, sea and more sea. In addition to the spectacular view of the blue water, the hotel fascinates with its authentically Mediterranean architecture and the refined and intimate atmosphere of the rooms and common areas.

In the spa, holistic protocols are proposed that optimize the natural active ingredients of thalassotherapy, knowing when sea water is a friend of our well-being. One of the four restaurants of the structure is starred, as well as the only vegetarian restaurant on the Aeolian Islands.

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3. Forte Village Resort

Where: Santa Margherita di Pula (Cagliari)

What to expect: privacy and relaxation, with a private white sand beach bathed by the classic crystalline sea of ​​Sardinia. Not only that: the hotel, well known to enthusiasts of beauty and wellness treatments, is immersed in a lush tropical garden, giving the pleasant sensation of being in a bubble of quiet.

Thalassotherapy treatments should be tried in the spa, as well as facials by the well-known biologist & facialist Joanna Hakimova. On the interior side, expect light colors and large glass surfaces to enjoy the landscape.

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4. Vigilius Mountain Resort

Where: Lana (Bolzano)

What to expect: designed by the South Tyrolean architect Matteo Thun, an eco-hotel in perfect symbiosis with the forest that hosts it. The fact that it can be reached by cable car says a lot about the concept of total immersion in nature of this resort whose wooden façade discreetly camouflages it into the landscape.

The internal spaces are devoted to the concepts of airiness and minimalism, purified of the superfluous. You will love the swimming pool with a privileged view of the trees, whose branches are reflected in the water, for a total relaxing effect.

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5. L'Albereta Relais & Châteaux

Where: Erbusco, Brescia

What to expect: a former neo-Renaissance residence from the late 19th century, surrounded by a vast garden inhabited by centuries-old trees, bunnies and squirrels. In practice, peace of mind. Those who wish can dedicate themselves to the psycho-physical detoxification program in the multi-award-winning Chenot spa or to training programs in the newly renovated gym, with the latest generation Technogym machines. Just a stone's throw away is Lake Iseo, and many excursion possibilities.

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