LOCATION: in the centre of AGADIR, local road and disco nearby, approx. 500 m from shops and restaurants, approx. 15 km from the golf course Golf du Soleil; approx. 25 km from the airport in Agadir; bus stop approx. 150 m from the hotel.
BEACH: private, sandy, gently shelving beach approx. 600 m from the hotel, descend by steps, then access via road, free umbrellas and sunbeds.
HOTEL: four-star, built in 1985, partially renovated in 2011 (restaurant, bar, lobby, rooms), 270 rooms, 2 buildings, up to 11 floors, 3 elevators, spacious and elegant lobby, 24h reception, Dades restaurant - buffet meals, international cuisine, children's highchairs and menu available, vegetarian dishes, à la carte restaurants: Fes - Moroccan cuisine, theme night 2 times a week (earlier reservation required), Veneziano - Italian cuisine (earlier reservation required), Qualili snack bar (à la carte); Pacha bar in the lobby, Roof Garden Pub overlooking Agadir; ATM, souvenir shop, boutique, concierge, luggage storage, parking; conference centre for 400 people, terrace with a sea-view, garden, free wireless Internet in the lobby; extra charges: Internet point (approx. 20 MAD/h), 24h room service, childcare, hairdresser, laundry; credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
ROOM:standard: 2-person (1 extra bed available), approx. 22 m2, renovated, air-conditioned/heated, bathroom (bath or shower, wc), satellite TV, telephone; extra charges: mini-bar (approx. 50 MAD/day), safety deposit box (approx. 25 MAD/day); free cot for children up to 2 years old on order before arrival; balcony or terrace (table and chairs), side sea-view; sea-view at a charge.
SPORT AND ENTERTAINMENT: 2 swimming pools, rectangular, sweet water, approx. 250 m², depth 1.3-3 m and approx. 130 m², depth 1-1.9 m, paddling pool for children, sweet water, approx. 70 m2, depth 0.6 m, umbrellas, sunbeds and air mattresses available by the pools free of charge; 2 tennis courts with equipment rental, table tennis, gym; children's room and playground, miniclub (4-12 y.o.), piano bar, animations for children, aerobics, dance lessons, mini-football, evening artistic shows; extra charges: wellness centre: sauna, Turkish bath, massages, care treatments.
ALL INCLUSIVE (at a charge): buffet breakfast (6.00-10.00), buffet dinner (19.00-22.00) in Dades restaurant, à la carte lunch (12.00-16.00) in Qualili snack bar; snacks in Qualili snack bar (16.00-17.00); local soft drinks and alcoholic drinks in indicated place (8.30-23.00); wearing all inclusive bands is required.
Times of serving meals and the functioning of certain hotel infrastructure elements may be subject to minor changes due to the season, weather conditions, Guests' requests or force majeure, which the hotel management will not have an influence on.
Pilot: tourists are looked after by a Polish resident, whose tasks include help upon arrival, departure and stay, as well as registration for trips.
Visas: not required. Passport valid minimum of 6 months from the date of departing Morocco.
Flight duration: Warsaw – Agadir – approx. 4 hours.
Local time: daylight savings: GMT-1, winter time: GMT.
Language: Arabic, French, English.
Voltage: 220 V.
Currency: Moroccan Dirham (MAD), 1 MAD = approx. 0.4 PLN; coins and banknotes in circulation.
Tips: the rule applies that you give as much as you can afford. It is a custom to tip waiters, drivers and guides - approx. 10-15% of the bill.
Prices: telephone card – 50 MAD, bread – approx. 2 MAD, mineral water – approx. 3-9 MAD, coca cola 1 l – approx. 8.90 MAD, beer – approx. 15 MAD, vodka – approx. 135 MAD/bottle, wine – approx. 25 MAD, lunch – from 40 MAD.
Beaches: free; umbrellas and sunbeds to rent: free or at a charge: approx. 15 MAD/day.
Vaccinations: none obligatory.
Local trips: organised by local tourist agencies on terms specified by them. There is a possibility, that if there are too few participants, a trip may be cancelled.
Morocco is a country of surprises and contrasts, here Islam meets African vitality and the western lifestyle, and traditional rituals of brewing strong coffee or mint tea coexists with McDonald's fast foods. Morocco has all the possible assets of the country of dreams of every tourist: the beautiful coast of the Atlantic Ocean, majestic Atlas Mountains, interesting oriental cities with the local atmosphere and a multitude of types of people, Arabian villages, where time has stopped, as well as open and hospitable attitude towards foreign guests.
AGADIR – the largest resort of Morocco, famous for its beautiful sandy crescent-shaped beach, approx. 8 km long and 300 m wide. The lovely, modern city pulsates with colours and entertainment from the morning till evening. From the ruins of the kasbah on a hill you can admire the gorgeous view of the ocean, beach, port and city. Thousands of pubs, local or international restaurants, discos, pubs and nightclubs - enthusiasts of the nightlife are sure to find a place for themselves. Music comes from everywhere in the evening - an original mix of African and Arabian rhythms. Juicy fruit, delicious freshly squeezed juices, thick cocktails, traditional sweets - they taste best bought on the street. Restaurants in the port invite for excellent seafood. Fantastic weather together with the warm waters of the Atlantic is great for watersports - there are superb conditions here for surfing and kitesurfing.
Agadir City Tour – the most interesting places of Agadir. Visit in the port - the largest centre of catching sardines and squids in all of Morocco. Drive via coach up to the hill where the only historical monument of the city is built - the 16th-century kasbah, from where there is a wonderful view of Agadir and surroundings. Transfer through a beautiful villa district City Suisse. A stroll on the medina with countless shops and stalls. Free time for shopping. 3-hour trip. Price – approx. 120 MAD; 50% discount for children up to 10 years old.
Marrakesh – depart after early breakfast, travel through the agricultural valley Sus and High Atlas, the highest mountain ridge of north Africa. Touring Marrakesh, one of the former capitals of Morocco: Koran school, Majorelle garden, 12th-century Koutoubia minaret. Traditional Moroccan lunch. A stroll through the charming streets of the medina with small workshops, where traditional goods of Moroccan handicraft are created and a visit to a Berber pharmacy with mysterious mixtures based on argan oil. In the late evening a visit to the great Jamaa el Fna square - the most magical place of Maghreb, famous for its local colour and spontaneous performances. The programme ends with a Moroccan dinner together. Price – approx. 800 MAD (includes lunch and dinner; drinks with meals additionally payable), 50% discount for children up to 10 years old.
Essaouira – at the beginning the route runs on a scenic road along the coast, then a little deeper into the country. A frequent sight here are goats on trees - they climb the trees and eat the leaves and fruit which are scarce on the ground. Essaouira is an old Phoenician port, called Mogador by the Portuguese. This wonderful fortress over the Atlantic in white-blue colours captivates with narrow streets and alleys, the fishing port and shops with artistic goods. An ideal place to buy Moroccan handiwork, particularly valuable for goods made of thuja, cedar and ebony wood, famous all over the world. A stroll in the city: fishing port, the surroundings of the defensive walls with historical cannons, the old Mellach - a Jewish district. Lunch, free time and return to Agadir. Day trip Price – approx. 500 MAD (includes lunch; drinks additionally payable), 50% discount for children up to 10 years old.
Marrakesh & Essaouira (2 days) – excursion to the loveliest cities of South Morocco. Sightseeing programme like during day trips to Marrakesh and Essaouira. Return to Agadir for dinner. Price – approx. 1300 MAD (includes accommodation in a hotel in Marrakesh, lunches in Marrakesh and Essaouira; drinks with lunches additionally payable); extra fee required for 1-person room: approx. 150 MAD.
Tafraout–Tiznit – this picturesque route is 340 km long, has 1001 bends in the road and runs around the Anti-Atlas mountains across 2 passes: at an altitude of 1700 and 1100 m a.s.l. On the way there are magnificent views, landscapes with argan trees, olive trees and prickly pear trees. Arrival in the village Tafraout in the Ammeln valley, in the heart of Anti-Atlas. You can see what life in Morocco is like far from the large cities. Lunch on a hill, from where extends a beautiful view of the town and mountains. To compare life in the mountains and in the valleys, on the return trip a visit in Tiznit - a city famous for its unique silver goods. Day trip Price – approx. 500 MAD (includes lunch; drinks additionally payable), 50% discount for children up to 10 years old.
Berber evening – dinner in a scenic restaurant with elements of Moroccan architecture. During the evenings various dishes from the local cuisine will be served. You will also have the opportunity to get to know the local folklore of Moroccans. Wine included in the price of dinner. Price – approx. 450 MAD (other drinks additionally payable), 50% discount for children up to 10 years old.
Camel rides – transfer from the hotel approx. half an hour and change-over to camels: ride approx. 2 hours, 2 people on a camel. The exotic excursion leads through small Berber villages and the valley of the Sus river, the place of Greater Flamingos. Price – approx. 250 MAD.
Massa Jeep – Jeep trip around the Sus-Massa National Park, which is located south of Agadir, in the river basin of the Sus and Massa rivers that flow into the Atlantic Ocean. The region is varied in landscapes, there are sand dunes here, cliffs, steppe terrains and forests. The park is famous for its many species of birds, among others, Greater Flamingos and Southern Bald Ibis. The programme also includes an hour of relaxation on the beach and lunch in the Berber village of Lgrara. Travel to the fishing village Tifnit and return to Agadir. Day trip Price – approx. 600 MAD (includes lunch; drinks additionally payable), 50% discount for children up to 10 years old.
Immouzer – a trip into the Hight Atlas. Drive through the gorgeous valley known as paradise, to the village of Immouzer, which is famous for its production of honey and the waterfall. During the trip you can admire unforgettable views. Dinner in one of the Berber villages, which is located at the foot of the High Atlas. On the return trip free time on one of the beaches. Price – approx. 600 MAD, 50% discount for children up to 10 years old; drinks for lunch additionally payable.
Tarudant/Tiut - day trip to one of the most Moroccan cities, where life looks as it did centuries ago. The programme includes a visit to the beautiful oases of Tiut. Price – approx. 450 MAD, 50% discount for children up to 10 years old; lunch included in the price, drinks for lunch additionally payable.
Fishing - day cruise on a small boat along the coast of the Atlantic. The price of the cruise includes lunch and soft drinks with lunch. Price – approx. 420 MAD.
Massage and Turkish bath - relaxation in a Moroccan SPA centre; visit to a Turkish bath, which lasts approx. 45 minutes; massage, during which you can see for yourself the relaxing properties of argan oil. Price – approx. 350 MAD.
Local excursions are organized by local travel agencies under the conditions fixed by them. It's possible to disorganize trips due to low number of applicants.