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Las Charcas Mud Baths

Calle de Campoamor, San Pedro del Pinatar, Spain
+34 660 53 37 86
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Tough mudder

We tried the mud baths and it does stunk when you cover your self in mud but it did make our skin... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Winchester, United Kingdom
via mobile
Great walk!

Worth walking out towards the windmill even if you don't cover yourself in mud! Lovely there today... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Sally B
Bodmin, United Kingdom
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Calle de Campoamor, San Pedro del Pinatar, Spain
+34 660 53 37 86
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We tried the mud baths and it does stunk when you cover your self in mud but it did make our skin feel better .And it's free

Thank cookiesclan
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Worth walking out towards the windmill even if you don't cover yourself in mud! Lovely there today - blowy and sunny. Super place.

Thank Sally B
Reviewed 30 March 2017

We walked the promenard past the mud baths before sunday lunch, 20 degrees with a slight breeze, only a few people were in the mud, but a pleasant walk through the salt lakes with flamingoes & dippers.

Thank rosal506
Reviewed 17 February 2017

Visited here three times now and it's always great fun. Lathering yourself, and usually others, in stinking mud! Does it have any medicinal or other benefits? Who knows but lots of people seem to think it does. I usually drive with my children and their...More

Thank kate101164
Reviewed 10 January 2017

The mud baths are not to be missed its messy but fun and so good for the skin you put the mud all over you then walk out on the long sea walk while you dry then go back to sulphur lake you swim to...More

Thank Joan G
Reviewed 13 November 2016

A whole new experience and I felt invigorated after. It does get very messy as you would expect and a little smelly and hot once on but well worth the time and effort.

Thank geoffrey q
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

We had a great day out here. The mud has a very noxious smell, but I suppose that's all the salts and chemicals that are supposed to be good for you. If you don't like the mud it's a very nice walk looking at all...More

1  Thank Expatmackem
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

We were there a few times... Great place and mud works wonders... Lovely beach bars along there too, with great good..... Well recommended by my wife and me.....

Thank Joseph M
Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

What a hoot ...... Covering my wife in mud what a laugh. This is a must visit 'free' and just a great laugh. Walking about with everyone looking at you as if you are mad...... The reviews previous are spot on. Take spare clothes and...More

Thank Martin J
Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

A must do. Take bucket and ladle wade out 10-20 yards scoop up mud. Return to pier and slap it on. Leave to dry then use a flannel to help get it off. Lastly go to other side and soak in mar menor for a...More

3  Thank Darkshine
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Would it be warm enough to do this now?
7 May 2017|
Response from cookiesclan | Reviewed this property |
Yes we did it last week
Ailsa I
Can anyone advise on how to get here by public transport from Los Dolces/Villa Martin?
15 August 2016|
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Response from Bumbleboo | Reviewed this property |
We too had our car with us but am sure a taxi would not cost much. Spanish prices are not London prices!
Ursula S
How to get there from Villa Martin please
30 July 2015|
Response from Alice P | Reviewed this property |
Drive down to the N 332 and head towards SAN PEDRO DEL PINATAR you will come to a roundabout with a green boat in the middle (directly after you drive under the motor way AP-7). Take the 3rd exit and just drive along this... More
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