Domaine de la Roseraie

Address: Km 60 route de Taroudant Val d'Ouirgane, Ouirgane, 40000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Km 60 route de Taroudant Val d'Ouirgane, Ouirgane, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Ouirgane

    Tour with MoMo

    A travel blog entry by janetsblog on Aug 09, 2015

    ... Everyone bought something and then it was back into taxi van and on to a Spice Market. Smell was amazing and we were treated to an explanation of all the herbs, spices, teas and argan oils. The girls in particular were taken with the herbal facemasks and cosmetics. And so we all brought teas, argan oils, and of course spices. Once again we were treated to Mint Tea! Then back to the Hotel for another poolside dinner and we were all in bed by ...

    1st Day Desert Trek to Atlas

    A travel blog entry by alexnoiret on Jul 21, 2015

    1 photo

    ... We stopped a few times along the way to little shops to grab water. All of us fell asleep a few times. We'd had little sleep and it was hot outside (today's max heat is 111-115 degrees). First official stop, Ait Ben Hadou - a L'Unesco heritage landmark where Indiana Jones, Cleopatra and Games of Thrones have been filmed. It's a red clay cluster of houses and "castles" all grouped up on a mountain. Each "castle" describes the families living inside. If the Castle has 3 towers, ...

    Jardin Majorelle

    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... becomes much easier, and we find Jardin Majorelle without any difficulty. It was originally built in the 1800s by a Frenchman named Majorelle. It fell into disrepair before being restored in a project co-funded by Yves Saint-Laurent. The garden is beautiful, and very cool. It is full of exotic plants from all over the world. There are lots of cactii and palm trees. There is also lots of thick, tall green bamboo from ...

    Third Hiccup!

    A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Jul 09, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... inhabited by Berbers farmers. Morocco was a French Protectorate from 1912 until 1956 when it gained its independence and re-established the monarchy.

    Marrakech is comprised of an old fortified city, referred to as the old quarter and more modern suburbs. Most of the buildings in both the old quarter and the newer suburbs are constructed with red sandstone. They call this the Red City! Most of the resorts are in an area south of the old quarter and there are ...

    Sitting on the top of North Africa

    A travel blog entry by marko.hajdinjak on Sep 06, 2014

    33 photos

    ... in all directions once we left the plains and started to ascend the serpentine road up the first slopes of the High Atlas.
    The bus stopped in the market town of Asni. Before we had time to ask what was happening, our luggage, which was fixed on the roof of the minibus, was already moved to the roof of another van, so we followed it. We drove for additional 20 kilometres up the mountain to the village of Imlil. This is where the paved road ends and you can continue ...