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What can I say that other reviewers haven't.
- Just do it and smell for 3 days. or don't do it and miss out on telling funny stories. You decide.
-definitely buy cheap stuff for the sitting in the mud part and then throw IT...More
34C on a 29C day required flip-flops and careful movement into, around and out of the main pool. Very relaxing antidote to carrying my son on a rucksack earlier on.
Although I understand other issues raised, common sense dictates that small children would be in...More
The place is nice and unique but there is a major issue with the warning about sulfurous gases .
We were swimming on the beach (thermal baths ) together with our 8yrs old boy. Suddenly after inhaling Vulcano gases our boy collapsed ( black out...More
Great way to spend a few hours. Yes there are sulphur smells, but you are on a live volcano.
A swim in the sea after soaking in mud was great fun.
Do pay the extra 1 euro for a shower and take shower gel with...More
I know its a natural thermal pool and it does warn you that it gets hot but we actually experienced some scalding to our feet. Ouch! Be CAREFUL and I wouldnt take small children into it. There wasn't a huge amount of mud, you had...More
When you first arrive on Vulcano by ferry you notice the sulfur smell of the geothermal activity of the island, but after a few minutes you don't notice it. A short walk from the port is the mudbath area. It is €3 per person to...More
The sulfur mud pool in Vulcano seem to be one of the main touristic things to do in town... I’m glad that I experienced it, but I kindly offer the following comments and suggestions:
- This smells nasty! Our skin stunk for a day afterward....More
Yesterday I went to the top of Vulcano (400 m) and today I would like to gain benefits from the thermal mud. Hot water, sliding mud, you must pay attention for your eyes.But is very relaxing, for my muscles, for my mind.Random you start and...More
There was a small notice about protecting your eyes but nothing about FEET! I went into the little beach with the thermal vents in the water and got scald burns on the soles of my feet - not great as I’m on a walking holiday....More