Dar Al Bahar

Address: 1 rue de Touahen, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 rue de Touahen, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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    Travel Blogs from Essaouira

    Land Ho !

    A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Oct 11, 2015

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    ... s for sure. For lunch we had the Mahi Mahi, it is delicious good firm white meaty fish, I will have to try land a few more of them.Then the wind swung back on the beam pushing us forward at 5.6 knot s. At 1.30pm it was Land Ho ! Lanzarote could be seen on the horizon some fifty odd miles to starboard. We landed just before Midnight in Arrecife - we must now officially be sailors ...

    Have we done enough holiday stuff?

    A travel blog entry by gnbnz on Sep 29, 2015

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    ... depart. We have to take a bus back to Marrakech. At 9.15 . It's really the only way to get here. Our bus stops at the train station then we catch a train thirty minutes later to Casablanca. First class. The train will get us there in less time than a plane would take, due to the reduced check in time and commuting to and from airports. We like the view from trains. It will be very different from the Spanish high speed ...

    Essaouira - Castles made of sand...

    A travel blog entry by sosbeag on Aug 10, 2014

    After three days in hot Marrakech we got the bus to the seaside. Unlike Marrakech there is a constant strong wind in essaouira which makes it a haven for windsurfers and kiteboarders. Its a very relaxed seaside resort where all the houses have whitewashed walls and blues shutters.

    The beach is a hive of activity and every morning we walked from the gates of the Medina to Diabat. Camels and horses were once essential for Moroccan agriculture but ...


    A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Dec 10, 2013

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    ... is a fast of some sort . I must have miscalculated something because when I arrived I thought I had 200 drh in my wallet available for spending on the rest of my gifts but apparently I was either mistaken or it mysteriously disappeared, either way I now needed to find a way to eat cheap or handle not eating at all if I want to have money for the rest of the items I needed. Now what may seem like a cheap meal to you, for example, 25-30 dirhams, is actually expensive right ...

    The Mellah, The Medina and Atmo's Visions

    A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 04, 2013

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    ... at the centre of a labyrinth. Such a special location is destined to be a communal association as too will be the rest of the medina, and he who is coming, to whom Atmo had alluded before, is none other than the King of Morocco. Atmo said when everyone left the next day his intention was to stay, and that me, Ian, Jeremy and the maid could all stay in this riad together manifesting his visions. Atmo had befriended a man on the street, who would take us ...