Hot Springs Licinianas
The Licinianas thermal baths, or winter baths, were built in the 3rd century, but reformed in the 5th. Because of its great size, these baths are considered to be one of the most important Roman spas in Maghreb, this is due to the variety of treatments offered there, such as; a gym, hot room, warm room, cold room, dry heat, massage, etc.). Everything here is quite well preserved. Its structure respects the symmetrical distribution around the warm and cold rooms. The main entrance can be found 6 feet above the floor of the baths, via a staircase that goes down to a room surrounded by a portico with 12 columns, paved with mosaics and geometric decoration.