The name of the place we visited is called Los Banos de la Heidionda. It was a series of naturally occurring sulphur water baths, there was also a wall where you could scrape mud off and spread on your skin to make a mask. The water was bright blue because of the sulphur and there was loads of animals and insects looming about.
When we arrived we went straight into the water, it was pretty cold, this is because the water here comes straight from the ground. One of the first things I noticed was that it smelt pretty bad, if I could use two words to describe the smell it would be "rotten egg", but that's because of the sulphur.
After taking a dip we went to scrape off the mud from the wall and proceeded to spread it over our bodies. There were quite a few other people there, it seemed to be a popular destination for locals to have a day out, however the area was still very secluded and sort of in the middle of nowhere.
After letting the mud dry in the sun we dipped back into the water to clean it off of our bodies. Our skin was so soft afterwards and we all had a really great time.