Hotel Miramar

Address: 20, Bd Med 5, Essaouira, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 20, Bd Med 5, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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        Travel Blogs from Essaouira

        More mountains and local life

        A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 03, 2015

        ... walls, except for emergency vehicles, so we hired a local with a handcart, who loaded in bags in and guided us through the vast city gates to our riad. The town was beautiful - the whitewashed brickwork concealed tiny shops and in ting restaurants, the streets winding around the edges of the city, alleyways inviting you to become lost in their mazes. We reached our riad, three traditional houses that have been renovated into one hotel and were shown through ...

        Essence of Essaouria

        A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jun 01, 2014

        56 photos

        ... from a repeat visiting French kite surfing fanatic, that the wind rages more often than not and a strong wind is good. Gusty wind, like today, is bad. We see many wanna-be kite surfers out with instructors. Quad bike and camel rides are also available on the beach.



        The Rest

        The rest of the town, which I may add, is not very attractive, is north of the medina. We ventured out several times and had some new ...

        "Happy" Feb 20?

        A travel blog entry by campelis on Feb 20, 2014

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        ... impressions are deep. It was definitely a new, more modernized, Morocco. There was such an apparent tourism industry, and while I understand Tourism is the second leading source of income for Morocco, it's hard for me to not feel as though everything as superficial, staged in many ways.

        Modernization is tricky, stick, messy, but neat.

        It's interesting, no doubt, to see how tradition is maintained within this dynamic, yet I can't help but feel strange ...

        Essawhatta?

        A travel blog entry by mleff on Jul 03, 2013

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        ... eating salads and uncooked vegetable and fruits, though everyone else seems to be partaking and doing just fine. Today we walked a while to a place where we could sit on the beach. We rented lounge chairs for 25 dirhams (about $3) and sat there for a few hours. It was more than breezy and our bags and ourselves were coated in sand when we left after a few hours. I still feel crunching in my teeth and will probably have sand in the keys on my kindle forever. Part ...

        A tour and a grumpy tummy

        A travel blog entry by ricki958 on Oct 31, 2010

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        ... left us about midday and we were on our own. With Kerrie and Bonnie I had lunch in a cafe (lamb tagine for me) while it rained outside, then went for a longish walk by myself in the sunshine afterwards.

        Bought a few things – a soft bag (from the only vendor who physically could not speak, and therefore couldn’t bargain!), a wooden puzzle box (Richard will ...