ROMAN BATH

The Roman bath recreates the atmosphere of the ancient thermal baths and its rituals that included, in the ‘antiquity, the entrance to the baths through a path that led into three large spaces in succession: from the first room with the most warm water until the one with warmer water. The first was the tepidarium, the largest of the rooms, where they would stay for about an hour smearing the body with oils. The second was called calidarium, more humid and hot. Finally they passed in laconicum, a very warm room heated with dry air.

The Roman Bath recreates the atmosphere of these heat baths and is characterized by heated walls and benches. A central stove is slowly sprayed with water, to increase the humidity in the cabin. environmental temperature of 43-46 ° C and a humidity of 70-80%.