A beautiful crescent-shaped lagoon with boats bobbing on the peaceful water, Oualidia is one of Morocco’s best-kept secrets. Located south of Casablanca, this upmarket retreat is home to beaches coated with windswept dunes and whitewashed buildings, and fantastic seafood restaurants lining the waterfront. It is a paradise of pink flamingos, surfing, and oyster farms, where locals and visitors gather for shellfish straight from the sea, and even Moroccan royalty are known to partake in various watersports. The pace of life here is as slow and unhurried as the tide, making a striking contrast to the flamboyance of Marrakech, which is only three hours away by car. Spend long, leisurely days sailing and kayaking, savouring fresh seafood and soaking up the tranquil atmosphere.
La Sultana Oualidia
Set just above a sleepy sea lagoon on Morocco’s wild west coast, about halfway between Casablanca and Essaouira, La Sultana Oualidia is the perfect antidote to the hubbub or Fez or Marrakech, offering wonderful views, peaceful g [...]View Hotel