Hotel Aglou Beach
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aglou Beach Tiznit
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... being an unremarkable drunk in a big pond to a massive drunk in a small, otherwise alcohol-free, pond. The fishermen come for, well, the fish.
When to Go
Blessed by a mild climate all year round, Mirleft is a perfect place to escape from a cold northern winter. And seemingly as though it were planned, winter is also the time of year when the waves are at their best and biggest, or possibly most frightening and generally unpleasant, depending on how ...
... br> We were greeted there by Ali, a young local from a nearby village who was keen to engage us in conversation and followed us as we explored, explaining to us this and that about the fort. Ali invited us back to his village home where we would be able to ride his donkeys, which sounded ok to me, but Anna asn't into that.
It was nice to be up on the fort, with sheep grazing on the slopes and the views down to the sea. .
... br> Only this turned out to be the day on which the sun at last returned. It took its time, during which I did some food shopping and ventured off on a beach exploration with Anna.
This tiime we found our way down to a smaller beach, more hiip and more intimate. And it was while we were there, sitting at a little cafe terrasse which was over populated by cats, that the sun came out. We drank mint tea as Anna sketched the beach scene and ...
... said it was the sight of the sweet children which had inspired him to stop. He lived in Tiznit but worked as a head waiter in the beach village of Mirlleft to which we were heading. Mirleft was about 40 klms away, through semi arid hilly landscape. Though as for the sun we had come so far south to see, the weather here was still rainy and overcast.
'The land has needed this rain' Hamid told us. 'For such a long time we have been without rain.'
Mirleft was ...
... by Ann's luxury coach and watched it as it trundled on hilly roads off into the distance.
The scenery was so beautiful (we had come this way before but in the dark), with argan trees in lush green meadows, offering shade (if there was but any sun), shepherds herding sheep and goats, some of those goats climbing up into the trees.
Then came the rolling hills and a great vista of the sea, which we stopped to admire, an eyeful of huge crashing waves ...