- Historical heritage

This emblematic Romanesque building dating from the twelfth century, houses a public baths of Roman tradition. Arab architectural influences are evident in its construction.

During the seventeenth century the baths were acquired by the Capuchin nuns; they chose to integrate the building into their convent and give it new uses.

The architects Rafael Masó and Emili Blanch are the main responsible for the restoration that took place from 1929, when the baths returned to be of public ownership.