Looking for a nice walk in the mountains? What about covering yourself in mud? Or a refreshing dive between the caves? It’s a little different from having sand stuck between your tones or doing a cannonball in the pool. Don’t expect mass tourism at the Banos de la Hedionda, the sulfur baths of Manilva, where the soil impedes you from sunbathing. It’s an ideal location to explore nature, even with kids. There’s a small waterfall, a cave, people covered in clay and a pungent sulfur odour. Nature experts claim that clay purifies the skin, so this immediately classifies as a health trip too. A fun and unique activity for everyone over the course of about two hours.
Careful! It’s not easy to find this spot nor is it easy to find parking space, but don’t let that deter you from visiting the Banos de la Hedionda. Consider this part of the adventure. Persistence pays off for those adventurous enough to press on to this little piece of paradise at a stone’s throw from the playas.