Although it is a ruin, it still retains the structure of the bathroom and some rooms at the time. It is also very beautiful to see some small openings in the dome at the top of the bathroom to let the sunlight in.
The scale of the Arabian bathroom preserved in this place is not large. There are some functional indoor buildings but they are still well preserved. You can see very typical Arabian architectural structures.
Arab style, the bathroom was built in the 13th-14th centuries, the bathroom is not large, reflecting a way of life of the Arabs at that time. Looking at the wisdom of the Arabs in ancient times, especially those zeniths with stars, amazed me.
A very distinctive place, worth seeing.
This bathroom has witnessed the Arab cultural genes of Ronda. It is just beside the old bridge. It introduces some functions of the bathroom and the bathing habits of Arabs. Although it is now a monument, it is still worth a visit. It is quite a long experience. !
This is the best ancient bathroom preserved in Spain. The whole is Arabic. It has English introduction to the functions of the bathroom and the bathing habits of Arabs. The functions are quite complete and it is worth checking out.
This bathroom is quite intact, and you can see the internal structure underground, which is very different from the tall and majestic baths of ancient Rome in terms of style. However, the problem is that this small attraction requires a 3 euro ticket, which is somewhat uneconomical. . .