The Virgen del Carmen municipal swimming pool in Torremolinos reopened last week after undergoing extensive reformation work.
Following years of delays, the work, which began in January and cost 138,000 euros, included the installation of a new roof.
The public baths had long suffered from damp caused by leaks and floods during bad weather, which badly affected the structure of the building.
The project included the renovation of the saunas and the installation of new lighting and ventilation systems. The heating system has also been improved and double glazing has been installed to ensure adequate insulation.
"We have completed a series of much-needed improvements to the building that will allow our residents and visitors to enjoy world-class facilities once again," councillor for Sport, José Piña said.