Close to the Hediona Baths, and across the Albarran stream, is the bridge of the Baths.

Built in the 16th century and restored in the 18th century, it is related to the irrigation canal and the passage of people between either side, especially between los Baños and the Camino del Vallecillo, also serving as an aqueduct for the irrigation of general water.

The construction with limestone from the nearby Utrera Mountain Range is done with two keyholes over the river and a length of 45 metres, with a height above the normal river level of 2 metres.

Although it is a graceful structure, it presents a notorious robustness in its foundations which have led to it standing until these days.