Address: Rue de la Falaise, Safi, 46000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue de la Falaise, Safi.
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Travel Blogs from Safi

Very Little Wind but Mahi Mahi !

A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Oct 09, 2015

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... about 4 Knots which I'm happy with, there is still quite a big cross swell of around 3 metres but it's very comfortable. We are both shattered now though with these little cat naps, tonight we will changing to 4 hrs on 4 hours off so at least we can catch some decent sleep. We have not seen any traffic for hours on the AIS - seems we are the only ones out in this vast ocean, if you ever need solitude his is ...


A travel blog entry by rhyssimpson on Sep 25, 2010

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... and after 3 hours of waiting for me to come in I think the novelty wore off as they gave them back to me and welcomed me to morocco with a laugh. The wave apparently gets unbelievable, dishing out up to 13 second tubes, so it would have been great to be there for the swell I got at the end of the month. The bit around 2:00 is Le Jardine on this movie.

Safi was also tout central which was surprising given we didnt ...

Fleabag hotel stay over

A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Sep 22, 2010

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The way down from Rabat all the way to Safi was not uneventful.. We encountered a head-on collision in the middle of the road then a guy in a small bus in front blew a tyre. We almost crashed into the back! We stopped to help but he was Ok and had all the tools necessary. During the whole time there was lots of thunder out to sea. I later found out that the canary islands had ...

Flat... Pit stop for lunch :(

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74 on Feb 01, 2010

We stocked up food at the Marjane in Safi and then continued to Sidi Bouzid where I had scored a few waves on the way down the coast. No such luck today, I knew it would be the case for teh surf forcast but was hoping it was wrong, instead I had to be contented with an ocean view over a late ...

A short visit to Safi

A travel blog entry by yorron on Nov 12, 2008

Safi is charming Oceanside town with a huge factory obstructing a serious part of the ocean view. Known for its pottery it features a lovely Medina (walled old city) with tiny alleys, pottery shops, fish sandwich stalls, and some of the most beautiful men I've ever seen. In the evening I was sweet-talked by Ahmad, a local who supposedly was charmed by my wearing a djellaba and was going to treat me for tea at a nearby cafe. He ...

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