Hotel Atlantide

Address: Rue Chawki, Safi, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue Chawki, Safi.
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      A travel blog entry by rhyssimpson on Sep 25, 2010

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      ... on the coast called Ouladia so that was our next spot. This was a little town set on a lagoon that opened to the Atlantic. We had a couple of amazing tagines here and it was a really relaxing little place where we had a hotel right on the lagoons edge. I went on a surf mission one day which provided a bit of an insight into the strict adherence to religious practices in the country. After a so so surf I walked to the ...

      Fleabag hotel stay over

      A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Sep 22, 2010

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      ... really bad weather that same night.

      We finally arrived late at Safi, an old but industrialized town famous for its pottery. We got to the medina, the ancient part of town and looked for Hotels. there must have been some 8 before i found a room. It really was a dirtbag but had no choice. It was only 50Dh (4.50euro / 3.80quid) and the sheets stank and so did the room. The walls ...

      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 ...

      I'm finally surfing!!!!

      A travel blog entry by darrenhough74 on Dec 17, 2009

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      ... it was about to reach high tide so I was able to fit in a 45 minute surf before the waves disappeared. Val and Kim got the fold up chairs and read their books in the sun in the car park overlooking the surf. I got back in at 3pm although the waves were still pretty full they were surfable it would improve as time went on but I'm afraid it would not get really good until after I had to get out again. You ...


      A travel blog entry by zaynazweena on Nov 29, 2007

      ... managed to get in a couple trips to the ocean and got a particularly thorough tour of the old palace ruins. It's amazing how much more you get to see when your guide is a 10-year-old. Though I've been back to visit several times over the past couple years, sometimes I still have my head stuck in the past and forget that the little kids who used ...