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… an Arabic Bath experience: RELAX and treat yourself

In Cuevas Al Jatib you will find many ways to charm your senses. Mother earth will assure a relaxing deep sleep, you walk through unspoiled nature breathing the fresh air, you can taste delicious food in the restaurant and you can complement your stay in our cave resort with a visit to the Hammam.

Duration of a Hammam session: 1.5 hours

The Hammam is open every day and you can chose 4 bath sessions.

Opening hours: 10’30-12h / 12’30-14h / 16’15-17’45h / 18’15-19’45h

Prices: (8€ / adult, 5€ / junior)

To make the Hammam experience unforgettable, we suggest to include a massage or wellness treatment into your bath session. (see details in the pdf file Santosha Spa to download at the bottom of this page)

If you wish to have the bath for yourself, you can book all facilities adding an exclusivity booking fee of 40€.

The Hammam can only accept payment in cash. No credit cards. We apologize for the inconvenience.


What is a Hammam and why do we have one?

In Baza and its surrounding area, the tradition of  bathing has been present for a very long time. There are remains of a Jewish bath and of the Arabic Marzuela bath from the 13th century in the actual town centre. About 20 minutes drive from Baza, you find the internationally renowned Roman thermal springs in Zújar. They were flooded when the reservoir lake Negratin was built but you can enjoy its medicinal waters in a small stone pool and in the new indoor SPA next to the lake’s shore.

A Turkish, Moorish or Arabic bath (Arabic: حمّام, ḥammām‎‎) is the Islamic variant of the Roman bath, steam bath, sauna, or Russian banya, distinguished by a focus on water, as distinct from ambient steam.

When we created our troglodyte Hammam we took into account the different traditions. You will find a hot immersion pool combined with steam and a cold pool to refresh yourself afterwards. The bath is a method of cleansing and relaxation your body and soul. You should alternate between the different temperatures and have a rest from time to time. Our Hammam facilities also include a ladies and a gents changing room with showers, a toilet and the massage room. Please bring your swimsuit and flip-flops, we provide a towel.

If you wish further information, if you have any questions and if you want to book a Hammam session, please contact with our reception.



Try one of our massages to soothe mind, body and spirit during your stay with us here at Al Jatib.
We offer Relaxation & Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage Therapy, Thai Massage, Body Treatments & Facials.
With treatments from between 30 to 90 minutes; we’re confident we’ll have something for everyone.


To book an appointment, or to receive our full menu of services (PDF),

please contact our Therapist Josie via WhatsApp +34 684 458 479 or



Santosha Spa – more detailed information about massages & treatments in English on request


The following steps have been put in place for the protection of both you and Josie, and to ensure the most comfortable and relaxing experience possible:

The room, door handles, surfaces, common areas and massage table / sheets / towels etc. have been sanitized / changed before your appointment.

Please wash your hands before entering the massage room, hand sanitizer will be offered once you are inside.

Josie will wear a mask and gloves during the entire session; this will not impact the quality of your experience!

On the table, when in a face up position, you are required to wear your mask.  You can remove your mask when you are face down.

If you suspect you have been in contact with someone with Covid19 then please stay at home and seek medical guidance.  On average it takes 5–6 days from when someone is infected with the virus for symptoms to show, however it can take up to 14 days.

If you are experiencing symptoms of Covid19 please seek medical attention and do not attend your appointment.  Most common symptoms:  fever, dry cough, tiredness.  Less common symptoms: aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhea, conjunctivitis, headache, loss of taste or smell, a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes.

More severe symptoms: difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, loss of speech or movement.

If you have any concerns regarding Massage and Covid19 please contact Josie directly via email:



If you wish to read more about the tradition of Moorish Baths, you can find information in the internet such as:

spanish customs – arabic baths

wikipedia – Turkish Bath