Hammam Al-Andalus Málaga

Hammam Al Andalus is located in the Centre, in the old Medina, close to the remains of the Arab wall of the city .

Hammam Al-Andalus Málaga, Costa del Sol

Nazari Malaga past inspires a venue to enjoy the amplitude of the space and revive the splendour of times. In the very heart of the city of Málaga, next to the Thyssen Museum, is located the Hammam Al-Andalus Málaga. A renovated center that houses the essence of the old Arab baths and relives the splendor of Al-Andalus.


Hammam Al-Andalus, Malaga


What to see and do in the Hammam Al-Andalus Málaga?


The Hammam Al-Andalus Málaga is one of the most important Arab baths of Spain. A restored monumental space that houses the essence of the old Arab baths and revives the Nasrid essence and splendour of the Al – Andalus.Throughout his five baths of water at different temperatures, you can enjoy massages, pools and steam areas. The decor and ambiance are stylish, its rooms are filled with magnificent tiles painted with typical Nazari patterns, beautiful pillars, mosaics and a lot of places that will take you to another era. The vault that covers the central baths is one of the most impressive.


No doubt, after an exhausting touring day city can not imagine a better place where end to stay as new, the space that move in time with a team of professionals will get that this is a unique and unforgettable visit.



Information about Hammam Al-Andalus Málaga

Direction:Plaza de los Mártires,5 29008 MÁLAGA
Telephone:952 215 018
Timetable:Every day of the year: 10:00 – 12:00 – 14:00- 16:00. and 18:00 – 20:00 – 22:00 – 24:00
Price:check website for prices
More information: It is necessary to reserve in advance, online or by calling 902 333 334 or 952 215 018, Department information and reservations. The entrance includes a tea tasting during question time in the room which is located in the interior of the hammam.



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