Khazen hamlet is found on the south-west side of the island. Kazens were originally rural Dammuso or storage rooms for agricultural tools. Today many of these have been turned into family or holyday homes.
Not far from the centre of Khazen you find the famous "stove" or "dry bath", as locals call it, an underground room of Phoenician construction. Its walls are plastered and the space divided into two areas so that water vapours circulate freely. It is used as a healing place for arthritis and rheumatisms since the ancient times.