Palacio de Villardompardo

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Known simply as the "Arab baths", this elegant 16C building was the home of Fernando de Torres y Portugal, Viceroy of Peru and Count of Villardompardo. Behind the simple façade, there is an arcaded patio leading to several rooms. The palace is home to the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions, the International Museum of Naïve Art, and the largest Arab baths which still exist in Spain.

Useful information

Address : 

pl. de Santa Luisa de Marillac

Phone:

+34 953 24 80 68

Opening hours

9am-2pm, 4pm-8pm, Sun 9am-2pm - closed Mon and some Bank Hols (telephone for timetable)

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Arab baths
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Arab baths
Arab baths
Rediscovered in 1913 beneath the Palacio
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This Mudéjar chapel with 16C Judaic
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This Mudéjar chapel with 16C Judaic
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Founded by John I on the ruins of the
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Built in the 16C Isabelin Gothic style
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