Nicà (or Nikà, the Arab word for the pools where hemp for cloth used to be soaked) is found south-west along the perimetral road. In the hunting season, hunters often surprise game that stop to drink at the pools. The "Fiumara della Serraglia" crosses the area before flowing into the "Kharace di Nicà".
It is today an ideal bathing place between a small fishing boat harbour and a hot water spring cave, protected from the north wind. The water reaches of 40°C, the good temperature for soothing phlebitis.