Discover the Baths “Carnicería de los Moros”.
What is best preserved is the large pool of 53 meters on its largest side, whose retaining wall is decorated with fifteen niches that have an average height of 2.80 meters. These niches are all rectangular, and are covered with a half-barrel vault, with the exception of the one located in the center, which is semicircular and is covered with a quarter sphere.
The construction is mortar. However, it may have originally covered everything with another type of material. It is also very curious the use, in the depths of the flat niches, of a very interesting type of rigging: it is the so-called “opus espicatum” or “fishbone”, which denotes a rather late date, possibly at the beginning of the S. IV.
Address: Antequera, Málaga.