The most which impressed us was the nine minute slide show, explaining the functioning of such an Arab Public Bath in the early 14th century. But: Poor donkey.
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We enjoyed the information film that gave a feel for how the baths were when they were being used. The history and the visible architecture is worth the few euros to take a tour round
It was well over 40 C (over 100 F) when we trekked the long path to the ruins of this Moorish hamman. The heat made us appreciate all the more the cooling, relaxing serenity this bath house provided weary travelers in its day. Even without...More