The remains of a tank are preserved here, which was covered with “opus signinum
” and from which a large drainage channel (“specus
”) ,almost 20 metres long, runs through the entire exedra.
The exedra is a semi-circle of “opus signinum” that seems to rest on lateral foundations that are not fully preserved. Next to the exedra is a pavement that forms a large central courtyard of almost 100 square metres in area, which could have been a “palestra
Finally, at the end of the palestra there is a receptacle forming a polygonal face made of mortared masonry that must have received marble slabs. The area that has not been preserved has left the footprint of the structure on the floor, which would have been in the shape of an octahedron (2.70 m by 2.70 m). This structure may have been a bathtub made of marble slabs of the type “labrum
They must have been built between the end of the 1st century AD and the beginning of the 2nd century AD, and are the only Roman baths identified so far in the Sierra de Cádiz.