Riad Marosko

66, Impasse rue dâ??Agadir, Essaouira, Morocco
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Forum Posts

cheap room?

by budgetwriter

I am writer looking for a cheap place to finish a book. I was hoping to rent a room for 100 euros a month. Not looking for nice or frills, just a room to write. Does anyone know if this possible in Essaouira or Morocco??

Re: cheap room?

by venoquine

You will find it very difficult to rent a room for 100 a month.Why don't you just get there, and try to find one .Essaouira became expensive.Try with a family.
Good luck

Re: cheap room?

by windcity

I agree with the last poster, I think you will find it impossible to get a room for 100 Euro per month, Local families will rent you room from 10 Euro per night, but you will need to hunt around for a comfortable situation.
Good Luck

Re: cheap room?

by Doctor38

You might be able to do so in Molay Idress. I don't have a contact but during the winter months (out of Moussem season ) you can get something for that price.

Re: cheap room?

by venoquine

The way you type it, he has no chance to find it!!!!!! MOULAY IDRISS, 25 km to Meknes, also closed to Fes.

Re: cheap room?

by Doctor38

he would have found it the same way you did. It was not a mysterious puzzle.

You could also try in other places like Sidi Ifni and Merleft

Re: cheap room?

by venoquine

I found it because I know it!

Re: cheap room?

by read354

it is possible to get a place Banana village just out agadir is a good place to start.
however ask any hotel receptionist and for a fiver they will find you a place .it just up to you if you want it .however you dont get your fiver back
the main problem is that the locals usually rent out room unfinished at cheep price furnished are for tourists

Re: cheap room?

by cabeyp

Try Surfberbere in Taghazout. Ask for James and say you were refered by Kerstin. Can't promise he will go that low but I know he is looking for people to saty long term. Will be a nice place to finish writing a book.

Travel Tips for Essaouira

The Beach

by iwys

Essaouira has two beaches: one to the north of town and one to the south, but it is the southern beach wich is the biggest and the one which is lined with hotels. In the daytime it is dotted with French tourists, sunbathing while in the evenings it is full of locals playing football.

There are strong winds here and the sea is fairly rough, so it is not ideal for swimming.

Go over the ruins on the beach

by sole83

On the beach there is a small ruined castle that in evening becomes a small island because of the increasing sea level.
Few people go over it becuase this small castle is quite far away from the Medina by walking, but if you keep going on you can find a neverending beach

I came back for more

by TheLongTone about La Petite Perle d'Essaoura

Of of the cluster of restaurants on this street, this is the one I returned to. From the outside nothing to distinguish itself from it's neighbours, and the menu is similar. A choice of three fixed price menus and the usual tagines and cous cous choices.

But in my opinion the food was just that little bit better than at the others. I was initially attracted by the calamari tagine (I like a nice cephalpod, and they do expose sloppy cookery)
which was excellent. As was a green salad dressed with argand oil.

On my last visit to Esssaouara I ate here three times: another excellent tagine and a repeat of the squid. didn't dissapoint.

My only complaint is that the service was slow in the extreme---catching a waiter's eye seemed to take hours. But that's just a Moroccan thing, I think. Restaurant waiters are completyly different tp the gallicised efficiency of their oppos in the cafes.

People Watch

by pabertra

One of my favorite things to do in Morocco was to people watch. There is so much activity everywhere you turn. Take a moment to relax and absorb your surroundings and you will be amazed at what you see.

Up to the summit


A staircase leads to the summit of the port Squala. The light is very scarce ! This is a must see. From the top, the view is magnificent with the casbah on one side and the fishing harbor on the other side.


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Address: 66, Impasse rue dâ??Agadir, Essaouira, Morocco