Hotel Beach View

Address: 301 Avenue Hassan II, Oualidia, 24250, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 301 Avenue Hassan II, Oualidia.
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    Travel Blogs from Oualidia

    La Sultana

    A travel blog entry by galin1961 on May 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... in the back. If they don't own a cart then the mule is laden with goods on it's back. Fences that exist are made of stones gathered from the fields then piled onto each other. They are used mainly around crops to keep animals out. Irrigation is very interesting, mainly hand dug ditches that can channel the water to where it's needed, these can then be opened or shut using mud and stones. Clothing is still quite traditional, particularly with the ...

    On to the sea

    A travel blog entry by galin1961 on May 23, 2014

    12 photos

    We packed up and left Kasbah Tamadot today heading towards Oualidia. This is where we will spend our final 2 nights in Morocco. The idea being to have a couple of days relaxing in the sun. Rachel chose this specially for us, it's in a private area and is supposed to be beautiful. Ok, I admit it, it's superb. La sultana is by the sea and so beautiful. I'll let the photos speak ...

    Alla makbar

    A travel blog entry by henniterness on Oct 06, 2010

    5 photos

    ... over 6 hours via
    multiple buses to get to the tiny beach/surf town of Oualidia. And what
    a bus ride! This is where my adventures really began. Here are the
    Cole's notes:



    - Managed to get from the airport to the bus station fine with enough English speaking people, though not the most friendly.

    - At the bus station had one guy with broken English get me on the
    right bus. Somehow, he must have passed along where I need to go.
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    Most beautiful lagoon

    A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Sep 16, 2010

    47 photos

    ... anymore. When we get to Essaouira we can pick up a few.

    At a big town called Safi we make a stop at a panoramic viewpoint and a street vendor approaches me, a little girl whose name ive forgotten. I manage to exchange some words in basic Arabic and i give her a 1euro coin as a souvenir, she is all smiles and gives me a packet of chewing gum
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    Safi to Oualidia

    A travel blog entry by yorron on Nov 13, 2008

    9 photos

    ... or hell. He just could not believe his ears and asked how I knew that there was not afterlife as God says there is.
    "Did God tell you that?", I asked, "Or did someone else, like your teacher or parents, told you so?"
    "It's in the Kuran!", he replied.
    "Well, God told me personally that there is no hell or afterlife. That there is only physical energy returning into non-physical energy", I replied calmly.

    "What do you do for work?" he asked.
    ...