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A very suggestive and evocative landscape for these "almost" free baths (‘almost’ because a small sum is required but it is worth it). The free baths are located in an archaeological spa area dating from the 2nd century AD, Roman times. The springs that feed these spas are hyperthermal and flow at 55 ° C, the waters are sulfur and contain traces of chlorine, nitrous acid and sulfuric acid. These features make it ideal for combat rheumatic problems and osteoarthritis, respiratory illnesses and skin diseases.