Welcome to Wotten Waven
The tiny, steep village of Wotten Waven is well known for its natural hot sulfur springs that are said to have medicinal qualities and help cure everything from rheumatism to foot fungus. After a hard day on the trail, even skeptics will likely be happy to take off those boots and soothe sore muscles in the naturally muddy water. Enterprising villagers have created a trio of spas where relaxation-seekers can wallow in open-air pools surrounded by lovely gardens. All stay open after sunset, allowing you to chill under the stars, Kubuli in hand and serenaded by tree frogs.
Note that swimwear must be worn at all times. The water looks 'dirty' but is actually naturally orange. Clean water is piped into the pools so that there's circulation. Rinse your suit after you're done bathing.