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Banys Arabs (Arab Baths)

Calle Prol Carrer Sertori 7, 07610 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain
+34 971 72 15 49
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Tenth century baths that are the only existing ruins of the Arab city of Medina Mayurqa.
  • Excellent20%
  • Very good30%
  • Average34%
  • Poor12%
  • Terrible4%
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“worth a visit” (34 reviews)
“small site” (8 reviews)
“short video” (8 reviews)
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Calle Prol Carrer Sertori 7, 07610 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain
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+34 971 72 15 49
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"small site"
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"follow the signs"
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"drinks machine"
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"old town"
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"piece of history"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A small site with a lovely garden & well preserved Arab architecture. We were lucky the place was quiet on our visit so had time to appreciate the surroundings. A nice walk as well from Palma cathedral through the alleys of the old town. Worth...More

Thank paul a
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It doesn’t take long, perhaps 10 minutes, to walk the gardens, discover the baths themselves and read the limited description of the history. Given the history of Palma it is a shame that only these baths remain to offer a glimpse of Medina Mayurqa, and,...More

Thank LondonMagellan
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Reviewed 3 March 2018

It might be small but it makes a point. Palma has a history of the moors and this is a living proof of the era. The garden is beautiful oasis in the stone city and equally interesting as the baths alone. it is interesting how...More

Thank klauscanth
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

As I believe, these are the only remaining buildings from the Arab occupation of the islands. Although small, you can see how they were used, and how the Arabs resused the stones from Roman buildings. This is a very quiet and tranquil spot and I’m...More

Thank ruthiegee
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Reviewed 8 February 2018

This is a short walk from the waterfront through the old town of Palma. There is a 2.50 Euro entrance fee. The bath itself is an a bit of a state of disrepair but if you are an archaeological buff it is worth seeing. The...More

Thank NelsonMX
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Reviewed 4 February 2018

We checked the website opening hours before walking to the arab baths, as it was a bit of a trek and our last day in Palma, a Tuesday in January. We followed the helpful signs throughout the windy streets and arrived at about 10.30am. It...More

Thank taylorfish
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Reviewed 30 January 2018

For the ridiculously low entry fee of 2.5 Euros each, you get to see a fascinating relic of a bygone era, with some lovely architectural features, as well as sit and daydream in a small but beautiful garden for as long as you like (or...More

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Reviewed 30 January 2018

Small but interesting place where you can see the remains of an Arab bathhouse which are the last remains in Palma of Arab occupation. There is a small quiet garden and some rooms from the former Arab Baths A short video shows the history of...More

Thank SeimenBurum
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Reviewed 13 January 2018

A two-bit private operation that should be a significant piece of the island's history, but sorely neglected. Very hard to find in the winding streets, it consists of 2 ill-preserved rooms off a courtyard surrounded by a bunch of pretty plants. Costs 2.5 Euros, no...More

Thank charlesthebarles
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Reviewed 13 November 2017

Lovely gardens and very old baths. Not maintained to the standard of other Arab baths we have visited but a pleasant area.

Thank HuddersfieldKazbo
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