Hugo Investing


March 19th

Costs: 15€
Level: All
Language: English
Hugo’s Marbella


+34 951 565656

Jane Tapley on Britain’s Spas rich history

The origins of Britain’s Spas go back to pre-Roman times when they developed from mineral springs or holy wells associated with local myths. During the 16C the Tudors started taking the waters as standard medical practise. Then in the 18C the Spa towns were transformed into fashionable watering places for Georgian society, who gathered there to dance, gamble, gossip and flirt as well as to take the waters. Splendid architecture, extensive parks and colourful gardens were created to attract the Beau Monde to these beautiful towns. Twelve of these exist today amongst the most famous being Bath, Cheltenham, Harrogate, Buxton and Malvern.

Doors open at 18.00, lecture starts at 19.00 

The entrance fee is 15 euro, and 10 euro for members of the Al Andalus Arts Society. It includes a welcome drink, and will be paid directly to the Al Andalus Arts Society (formerly Benahavis Arts Society) upon entrance.  

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