They can be found in the following streets: C/ Racua; Camino San Roque and C/ San Cristobal.
A description of only one of them is given as they’re all similar as far as the construction. It’s a one-storey corner building with white plastered stone masonry walls and a sloping roof. Inside are the continuous stone-carved washing places with two pilasters (one is more recent) supporting the wooden roof, exposed on the inner side.
Dispersed throughout the town.