L'Amphitrite Palace

Address: Skhirat Plage, Skhirat, 12050, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Skhirat Plage, Skhirat.
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    Travel Blogs from Skhirat

    Road to Morocco

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Apr 11, 2015

    26 photos

    ... a GPS for Europe. As Grant discussed in our last blog, Europe has broken our will to remain GPS free. After travelling for such a long time in the Americas and South and East Africa with no issues we have conceded that if we don’t do something there will be divorce.

    Europe has such an amazing road network, but escaping the clutches of the highways to find a store or a fine little back road is near on impossible without some ...

    A wonderful day in Rabat!

    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 04, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... star on the flag and Lansari explained that 5 is a very significant number here because of the 5 tenets of Islam: faith, 5 prayers daily, Ramadan, pilgrimage, giving alms. Next we visited the Roman ruins of Cellah. They area next to it is the ruins of an ancient mosque. Storks abound in the area. They make a clacking noise with their beaks. There were nests everywhere. Our next stop was the Unfinished Mosque and Hassan Tower. It is made of ...

    More food, more fun, more friends, more tea

    A travel blog entry by aliaruhi on Jun 28, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... are guest now, the house is open and family and friends will come daily to welcome to visit in the last 3 days. There have probably been 25 people coming daily. All day and into the night they are bringing food, good tidings, and more food. Yesterday we also visited the Mohammedia "boardwalk" at night. It's about a 10 minute walk to get there and we took all the kids. We got the kids cotton candy. Hasanah hated Cotton candy ...

    1265. Adding a New Town

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 21, 2012

    1 photo

    Day 098: 5 hrs, 6.2 kms

    Day Totals: 13 hours, 31.2 kms,

    It's 3:30 PM, and Youssef is ready to call it a day… but I still feel I’ve got some wanderlust left in me… so he heads on back. Since the rest of the road ahead is already explored territory (I hiked from Skhirat to Rabat in 2011A), I’m going to need to look elsewhere for virgin territory… and to add a ...

    Dawn to dusk (with lots in between!)

    A travel blog entry by alyson.hogarth on Oct 06, 2009

    4 photos

    I mean it! We were up at 5 so we could drive into the hills to Zaers to find the reclusive double-spurred francolin. I have to say our driver Lassen was a real trouper. Always a smile and never a grump. It was interesting to watch Morocco waking up. We passed a mosque while it was still dark. The lights were on and the men were going to pray before they started work. We got to the place where the francolins can sometimes be seen scuttling between bits of undergrowth, but although ...