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Riad Isobel is owned by great friends, both of whom are interior decorators. The house is in a lovely quiet area and was recently fully renovated to a very high standard. It was designed to feel like your own private boutique hotel all to yourselves, a perfect place to relax with family and friends.All four en-suite bedrooms are provisioned with a private safe for valuables, robes & kaftans, laundry bags, baskets, hair dryers and luxury products in the bathrooms. Your own peaceful oasis
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Welcome to Villa Palm Lagon! Discover our villa with its unique atmosphere renovated at the end of 2021. Located 10 minutes from the city center, the villa, intended for families, is part of a secured residence in the quiet of the bustle of the ochre city. It consists of a PRIVATE POOL, living room, fully equipped kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and several terraces. + ++ : access to Netflix ! In the residence : fitness room, tennis court, grocery, snack, bakery.
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Dream along the arcades of this red brick villa opens onto a lavish garden and pool. Between tradition and modernity ,it reveals an opulent contrast of fine materials in a resolutely Eastern style. The heated pool for €50/day. A boules pitch, 1 ping pong table. A hamam with scrub for relaxing. Relaxing massages with certified massage therapists. A delicious kitchen for your meals with a participation of €20/person for your lunches and €27/person for your dinners on the terrace facing the pool. Deposit:A deposit of €500 is required at check-in and will be refunded at check-out if the owner does not notice any damage.
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Your guide to Morocco
Welcome to Morocco
An enticing mix of ancient and modern, Morocco is just a blink away from the coast of southern Spain. A land of contrasts, there are beach-based tourist resorts, the might of the Atlas Mountains, the mystery of the Sahara, ancient cities, modern metropolises, forests, winter sports hubs, and incredible wildlife. Inland, ancient cities such as Marrakesh, with its renowned medieval Medina area and bustling souks, rub shoulders with cosmopolitan coastal towns like Casablanca and Rabat.
Morocco is a country that demands exploration, crammed full of hidden gems, delectable remote villages, ancient monuments, and staggering natural wonders. But all this discovery can easily be tempered with a healthy dose of relaxation, whether that’s lingering with a mint tea at a cafe or hitting the beach at Essaouira or Taghazout. Whether you’re seeking a high-adrenaline surf adventure in Imsouane, a hike alongside macaques and mountain goats in the Rif Mountains, or a camel ride to an abandoned desert casbah, Morocco has something unique to offer every traveller.
How do I get around Morocco?
Morocco is blessed with an abundance of airports (more than 20 scattered around the country), but most international travellers will arrive at Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) in Casablanca or Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK) for many arrivals from Europe. There are also numerous ferry crossings available, including from Sète in France and Genoa, Italy, to the port of Tangier, or the short hop from Spain with crossings from Tarifa or Algeciras to Tangier. Once you’ve arrived, getting around the country is a breeze thanks to a comprehensive rail network with fast, regular trains linking the main cities of Tangier, Casablanca, Fez, and Marrakesh with smaller towns en route. There’s also an excellent bus network for major cities and smaller places you may wish to visit. Buses are comfortable, with WiFi and charging ports.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Morocco?
As mentioned, Morocco is a country of contrasts, which also extends to the weather. The summer months are hot, especially in the south. Further north, in coastal areas such as Casablanca and in the mountain regions, it’s a little cooler during this time, but a trip during spring or autumn will allow for more daytime exploration with less wilting. Winter can be pleasantly warm and less crowded in tourist hotspots such as Marrakesh, but the desert gets bitterly cold at night. Fez has a renowned festival of World Sacred Music that takes place in June, while the beautiful coastal town of Essaouira has its own world music event the same month. Fans of small, squishy fruit won’t want to miss the annual Date Festival that takes place in Erfoud every October.
What are the top things to do in Morocco?
If you go to Morocco, you must go to Marrakesh. And if you go to Marrakesh, you must go to Jemaa el-Fnaa, the city’s main square where, around sunset, the entire area comes alive with acrobats, storytellers, musicians, and people desperate to be entertained. It’s one of the planet’s great marvels and demands to be witnessed.
Dar Batha Museum
This former royal palace is now brimming with ancient treasures and antique wonders covering practically every moment in Morocco’s history. Situated in the heart of Fez’s intensely meandering medina, it’s also an excellent spot to take stock and rest in the extensive tranquil gardens before heading back out into the bustling, maze-like streets of the city.
Talassemtane National Park
This 227-square-mile park, located in the Rif Mountain region of northern Morocco, features a wondrous collection of forested hiking trails, waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and natural spectacles such as the God’s Bridge rock arch. The park is also close to the beautiful town of Chefchaouen, known for its masses of blue-washed buildings.