The small village of Saturnia in Tuscany is popular for the homonym spa, called Terme di Saturnia. The thermal springs, which made this town so popular for tourists, are just a few kilometers away from the village.
Saturnia is probably not the very best place for photography, but it's definitely worth a visit if you are around to have a bath in the thermal springs, which are free to use. The sulfurous water is around 37 degrees warm.
If you are interested in old architecture, the romanesque church Chiesa di Santa Maria Maddalena or the roman town gate Porta Romana is probably worth a visit for your too.
The best way to visit Saturnia is probably by car. The village has just around 280 inhabitants, so the only public transportation system are busses.