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Guadalmina Roman Baths
- Guadalmina Roman Baths
- Alt Name:
- Las Bovedos
- Ancient Rome
- 200AD - 299AD
- Rio Verde Roman Villa,
about Guadalmina Roman Baths
The Guadalmina Roman Baths, known locally as Las Bovedos, meaning “The Domes”, are the ruins of a small Roman baths complex in Marbella.
Located near the beach, the Guadalmina Roman Baths are comprised of seven stone rooms built in an octagonal shape and probably date to the second or third century AD.
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Address: Off Calle 6A, 29670 Marbella, Spain
Phone: +34 95 278 1360
Contact tourist office before visiting. Free tours take place Saturdays, Tuesdays, Thursdays at noon.
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