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  Arab Baths
by bugalugs

These baths were built in the 13th century and are very well preserved. They are built next to the Arroyo de las Culebras which means Snakes stream, from where they obtained their water by a waterwheel which is not there now, and came down an aqueduct.

There is no wheelchair access.
Open to the public.
Monday - friday 10-7pmSaturday/Sunday/holidays 10-3pm
Entrance fee: 2 Euros, children under 14 free


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Walking past the Casa Del Rey Moro and the Felipe the V gates further down the hill you will see these baths.

Phone: %fc%cg%s4%b%m952 87 38 89

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  • Written Sep 17, 2004
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