Lots of awesome stuff to do and see in Ronda and this was one of them. Don't expect to take a bath though. You know. Just saying :)
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The Arab baths are over the far side of the old city so when we found them we weren't sure what to expect. They are quite understated but hugely historically interesting. There is a video presentation on how they used to work with explanations of...More
We hiked down the ravine (and then back up) to take in the "baths". The complex takes up less than a city block, and, other than a few columns and arches, there isn't much to see. Unless you are a serious moorish architect enthusiast or...More
The baths were very interesting and well preserved. The information stands were very informative and the video information alternated in Spanish and English every 10 mins. It was really enjoyable and well worth the small entrance fee. Highly recommend.
These baths are so well preserved. Situated near the first bridge also built by Muslims. (I think) the actual baths are so like they would have been and the animated film they show of how they were used is excellent. A must visit. Easy to...More
We had been convinced tat these were the best preserved Arab baths in Spain. this is not true. We have seen better (in Granada I think). those ones are quite small and there are not a lot of things to be seen.
If you go to only one Arab bath site in Spain, this is definitely the one to go to. Best preserved of all we've seen. Bupives a great sense of what baths were like and how they fit into the community