From the City to the Beach- Absolutely Explores Morocco

Inside the building are only 12 rooms, and ours is vast, with its own terrace and hot tub. We spend three happy days lounging by the pool, eating seafood, bird watching – the lagoon is an exceptional site, home to flamingoes, storks and herons among other species – and kayaking around the lagoon without ever venturing into the town. This is a quiet spot, but lots of excursions are offered for anyone more restless than us, and surfers can cross the lagoon to get to the main beach.  At night, the building and gardens are lit with countless colourful lanterns, creating a magical feel and a memorable vision. As a contrast to busy Marrakech, Oualidia’s La Sultana is an excellent spot.