- 1.5-hour spa session inside Hammam Al Ándalus, Malaga’s Arabian baths
- Relax at leisure, enjoying the steam room and thermal baths
- Soak up the ambiance of Moorish Malaga while sipping on mint tea
- Select your preferred massage oil from a selection of lavender, red amber, rose or jasmine flower
- Choose from three different massages including a Kessa purifying experience with red-grape oil
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Switch off your brain for an hour and a half and enjoy a professional massage in a relaxing and decadent environment. The fragrances of perfume and fresh flowers will stimulate all of your senses; it’s a unique experience!
What You Can Expect
Follow the lead of Malaga’s Moorish ancestors by stepping inside and enjoying 1.5 hours at leisure. The baths are beautifully tranquil with resplendent Arabian décor featuring candle-lit walk ways, vaulted ceilings, and arch-framed chambers. Unlimited mint tea and glasses of water are available for you to drink while inside.
Relax your muscles by lounging in the hot thermal bath, and then stimulate your senses by jumping in the cold one. Bask in the warm pool and sit back visualizing times-gone-by when Moors of Malaga would bathe in pools such as this. Sit in the steam room, breathing in its fragrant vapors, infused with aromatic essences, and then amble over to the bath’s Aroma Corner for a massage.
Choose from oils scented with rose, lavender, violet or red amber, and then relax as your masseuse applies gentle pressure during your 15-minute massage. If you want to enjoy a longer massage with an exfoliating body scrub then why not upgrade? Book the 30-minute massage instead, and simply leave the baths a little earlier before heading to the Aroma Corner. The Kessa massage is also an option; it consists of a purifying massage, with red-grape oil and exfoliating Kessa gloves, that helps to remove dead skin cells and stimulates blood circulation.
At the end of your session, head to the showers and leave the baths feeling refreshed, revitalized and ready to hit Malaga!