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Aljibe de San Miguel

Page updated 4th March 2019

Aljibe de San Miguel - baños árabes en Granada
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Aljibe de San Miguel - Arab baths in Granada

Aljibe de San Miguel - Arab baths in Granada

Address: San Miguel Alta, 41

See location on printable GOOGLEMAP

See location on map

Daily sessions at 10.00 - 12.00 - 14.00 - 16.00 - 18.00 - 20.00 - 22.00

AljibeThe ALJIBE DE SAN MIGUEL has seven different pools, all with different temperatures. There is relaxing music throughout and mint tea is available.

If you choose to have a massage with your bath, you can choose from a selection of essential oils for your massage.

The baths have attempted to recreate the relaxing atmostphere of physical wellbeing through water, massage and essential oils which have been made from locally grown plants wherever possible.

The baths are located in the modern residential centre of Granada in the Calle San Miguel Alta near Calle Puentezuelas (location on GOOGLEMAP).

AljibeAs far back as Roman times, the baths were an extremely important part of daily life. As well as serving a social purpose where people could meet up with friends or business associates, the baths also provided a peaceful place for cleansing and relaxation. The buildings are also of architectural interest with their star-shaped openings in the ceilings to let in the light and arched supports.

Although the aristocracy and royalty would often have baths in their own mansions and palaces, the rest of society would use the public baths with their barbers, hairdressers, make-up artists and masseurs.

AljibeClick on the link below to book your session at the Aljibe de San Miguel baths. On the following pages, you can choose the date and time of your visit and book any additional services: e.g.

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