Hedionda Roman Baths – Casares
Lifestyle – Hedionda Roman Baths, Casares
The Hedionda Roman Baths in Casares – Spain, are a fascinating and unique historical site. The baths were built around 2,000 years ago, and are believed to have been used by Julius Caesar’s army during the Roman Civil War. The baths are fed by a natural spring of sulphurous water, which is said to have healing properties.
The baths are located in a beautiful valley, surrounded by mountains and olive groves. The complex consists of several chambers, including a changing room, a cold bath, a warm bath, and a hot bath. The baths are still in use today, and visitors can come to bathe in the sulphurous waters and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere.
In addition to their historical and cultural significance, the Hedionda Roman Baths are also a popular tourist destination. The baths are known for their therapeutic properties, and many people come to bathe in the waters to relieve skin conditions, muscle pain, and other ailments. The baths are also a great place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the Costa del Sol.
Here are some safety tips for visiting the Hedionda Roman Baths:
- Be aware that the sulphurous water can have a strong smell.
- Do not bathe in the water if you have any open wounds or skin conditions.
- Be careful not to slip on the wet surfaces.
- Drink plenty of water before and after bathing.
- Do not stay in the water for more than 20 minutes at a time.
If you are planning to visit the Hedionda Roman Baths, I highly recommend it. It is a unique and unforgettable experience. There are are few trails nearby leading up to the baths providing stunning views.
Here a few of my favourites taken on a hike to the Baths with a galaxy s20 phone.