Hotel Villa Soleil

Address: Plage de Sidi Kaouki, Essaouira, 4400, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plage de Sidi Kaouki, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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      Mewy i modly nie daja spac..

      A travel blog entry by mikemas on Oct 04, 2014

      17 photos

      ... latwe w kraju Allaha, gdzie muzulmanom nie wolno spozywac napojow wyskokowych, postanowilismy poradzic sie Pani, ktora wygladala dosc europejsko i lokalnie zarazem. W ten sposob zlapalismy stopa do super-marketu, na obrzezach miasta. Po drodze mijalismy targ pelen baranow, ktore mialy podzielic wkrotce ten sam los... Wedlug tradycji kazda rodzina powinna zabic jedna owieczke! My barana nie potrzebowalismy, a alkoholu po ktory tam przyjechalismy nie znalezlismy. Zeby nie wracac ...

      You are welcome

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Aug 15, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... we were so starving by the time we got off the train we scoffed down some KFC chips to give us the energy to negotiate a taxi and navigate our way to our hostel. The taxi dropped us as close as he was able which turned out to be directly in front of the main square Djemaa el-Fna, the names a bit of a challenge but luckily everyone knows what you mean by the square. How to describe Djemaa el-Fna? Especially experienced for the first time at night! Georgie and I have ...

      Purple Haze

      A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 16, 2013

      40 photos

      ... site. Essaouira is still a major fishing port and known for shipbuilding as well as the “blue boats” used by the local fishermen. We entered the walled city or the Scala the Port at Bab al Mersa gate. Carvings on the stone gate represent the three major religions that all got along back in the day. First the scallop shell or Shell of St. James, representing Christianity, the Arabic inscription and the crescent moons, ...

      A taste of the beach life

      A travel blog entry by lalalloyd on Apr 29, 2013

      ... be not a bar but a vegetarian restaurant with a cool hippy vibe. We met Hussain, an employee there, quite the character, and a really awesome dude. One of Triskalla's perks is you can byob, and Hussain happily showed us where the nearest off license was so we could buy some Moroccan wine for the dinner. I'm not ashamed to say I'm quite the carnivore in my daily diet, but Triskalla's meatless masterpieces are ...

      Essaouira and Marrakech

      A travel blog entry by laurenmw on Nov 11, 2012


      ... life and characters of all shapes, sizes, appearances--Djemma el Fna puts that image to shame!

      We rode the train through some of the most remote areas I have ever seen in my life-- tent villages, mud huts, everything one thinks of when they think the North African desert and countryside. I couldn't help but think......when was the last time I looked around me and realized I was the only one for miles and miles.....probably never. I ...