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Moulay-Yacoub Hot Spring near Fez, Morocco

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We will be in Fez (or Fes) Morocco in November, and I just found out that Moulay-Yacoub is only about 20 km from Fez (maybe 1/2 hour by car).

I also found out that you can talke a grand taxi there. My question is: besides the spa, or the local hamam, is the village itself interesting enough to spend the rest of the day there? with some information I can determine, if I get a private car, for how long to book the car.

I read that the spa is "overpriced, for tourists etc. etc.", so I am thinking of going to the local hamam (much cheaper too but not as "clean". Is there only 1 local hamam in the village?

If someone has been to Moulay-Yacoub your comments are much appreciated. Thanks.

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