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 to see.
This bathroom is a witness to the Arab gene of Ronda, right next to the old bridge, with some bath features and Arab bathing habits, although now it has become a monument, but still worth a visit, a long time to see!
This is the best preserved old bathroom in Spain, overall in Arabic, with English introduction to the bathroom function, Arab bath habits, functional quite complete, quite worth to see.
The bathroom is still quite intact and you can see the interior structure from the underground, which is very different from the tall majestic baths of ancient Rome. The problem is that this small attraction also costs 3 euros for admission, which is not very cost-effective. . .