Auberge de la Plage

Address: Sidi Kaouki, Essaouira, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Sidi Kaouki, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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      Travel Blogs from Essaouira

      On the road to Erfoud

      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 28, 2014

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... rain increased when we began climbing these mountains, the road twisting steeply. These were mountains of rock, geological eras exposed in seams and ribs, ancient country. The rain fell, and we took blurred pictures from the van of waterways forming, gushing and filling. The stone cliffs turned a deep maroon in the wet, the landscape looked Martian. More rain. We kept looking for a lift on the clouds that would allow us to take camels out that night to the desert camp. ...

      Staying Put in Essaouira

      A travel blog entry by nicole.lindsay on Dec 20, 2013

      After having all of the "hurry" scrubbed out of me in the Hammam, I'd decided to stop planning and just enjoy. Coming to Morocco, I had a route in my mind of places I would go including Marrakech, Essaoiura and a 10 hour journey to Fez. My typical style of travel is to go like snot, cross off a tonne of places on a map and snap photos of everything. I bear the burden of the checklist. But, as I've alluded to in the last entry, my heart needed to settle or ...

      Essaouria

      A travel blog entry by cowles on Aug 31, 2013

      20 photos

      ... travelers like us - off the radar to tourist busses. Essaouria, A 17th century military town, is now a major fishing port. The huge ramparts (fort walls) that face the sea still have original Spanish cannons attached to them. We rolled into town late. Too late. Our goal was to arrive BEFORE dark. We weren't even close to arriving at sunset. Except for the donkey carts riding down the road in complete darkness with no lights whatsoever..... It was just fine. We did lots ...

      It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock

      A travel blog entry by twovines on May 13, 2013

      19 photos

      ... heads and guts discarded by the fishermen plus a fine view of the city battlements. We stop to admire the cannons (Ian says they are pretty good fakes) before continuing on to the main harbour which is crammed with bright blue boats of different shapes and sizes from small row boats to large tugs. The harbour is bustling with fish salesmen, boat builders and chandlers, customers at the fish stands and tourists clicking. The smell is errrr, fishy.

      We wander on ...

      Easy Breezy Essaouira

      A travel blog entry by sashadasha on Oct 16, 2012

      11 photos

      ... a minor nuisance but, unlike Marrakesh, there were too few of them to cause much pollution. The weather was nearly perfect. The temperature was in the low twenties during the day and slightly cooler at night; it rained a couple of times and neither AC nor heating were needed anytime of the day or night. Our type of weather. Locals were not as aggressive and some nice hotels were quite reasonably priced. We walked around the Medina as it was ...