At the Kasbah Ennasra You can enjoi the hammam, also the gommage after un excusion at the desert
The hammam has a long history in the Mediterranean, which can be traced to Roman thermae. Baths were common throughout the Roman empire in a geographic range stretching from Europe to North Africa and the eastern Mediterranean.
In Morocco the Hammam is an important part of Moroccan culture and life. Men, women and children will visit their local Hammam at least once a week, and spend two or three hours there, catching up on gossip with their friends, and following the long rituals for cleansing their bodies until their skin glows.