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Hammam Lalla Mira

Listed under Spas and Retreats in Essaouira, Morocco.

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The Hammam Lalla Mira is one of the oldest public baths in the city, though you wouldn't know it to look at – it's recently been refurbished and a hotel has been built on top of it. Now its claim to fame is that it's heated with solar energy – the first hammam in Morocco to be heated this way. The small baths, decorated with clay and green tiles are most popular with women visitors and travellers. The standard treatment is a grommage, which is a rough scrub with black soap and a pumice stone.

Guests at the Hotel Lalla Mira get free entry, other treatments range in price but start from around $15 American.

Written by  leia .

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