Dar Itrit

9 rue Restinga, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
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where can I ride horses in Casa?

by maretravel

Hello
I will be in Casablanca for one month - 3 July - 3 Aug, visiting friends. I am very inolved with horses, and need to find a stable in casa where I can book for regular hacks as I am in training for an important riding trek and need to ride a few times per week to maintain a certain fitness level. I greatly appreciate any help as Ive not found any riding centre online
Thanks
Mare Elston
Dubai UAE

Re: where can I ride horses in Casa?

by Freecamper

Here's some links to horse riding in Casablanca.........
http://www.google.com.au/search?q=horse+riding+casablanca&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

Re: where can I ride horses in Casa?

by mullionel

I hope you have managed to find the right place for horse riding.
I had same issue I wanted to try horse riding in Agadir, but it hard to find a proper one as they are all meant for toursits so you get only half an hour ride and they don't leave you out of sight for safety reasons..
I posted my request in a Moroccan website: http://www.annoncesannonces.com and somehow got many replies from local people trying to help.

Travel Tips for Casablanca

Casa...

by LysDor

The centre is the hub of a series of spacious avenues spreading out in star formation, each lined with elegant buildings that are an admirable blend of art deco and neo-Moorish styles, featuring cupolas, belvederes, columns, cedarwood balconies and turrets.

The buildings are of a French version of Arabo-Andalucian architecture, white with soft lines, and often plenty of details.

In the deeper regions of the...

by pjallittle


In the deeper regions of the Casbah/Kasbah, we were led to this restaurant, obviously one with which Ali was associated.

Expand the picture, if you will. Imagine that you are deep withing the old Casbah with narrow streets, peddlars, beggars, and here is a restaurant with every square inch of what you see in sparkling beautifully clean tile. Not one square inch of the entire area was not covered with tile. It was mindful of what we had seen earlier in Lisboa, Napoli, Seville and Barcelona.

Sculptures at Casablanca Airport

by ellyse

Well, this venue isn't exactly "off-the-beaten-path" since Casablanca is perhaps the busiest airport in Morocco. But, most people don't really come here looking for artwork.
In the check-in area of Casablanca airport are a number of sculptures depicting traditional Moroccan culture. I counted 3, not sure if I missed any: one of a water carrier pouring water into a earthenware pot (reminds me of the zodiac sign Aquarius), one of a prancing bull balanced only on his front leg (now this looks like Taurus) and one of a Moroccan man on a horse. The rider has a number of items on him, among them a bag which upon closer scrutiny reveals a design and the words "Maroc".

Prefecture

by matcrazy1

This building with 50 m (164 ft) impressive, tall clock tower stands on Avenue Hassan II opposite to Mohammed V Place. Hmm.. it is rather impossible to climb up to the top of the tower to admire the views of Casablanca.

It housed the prefectural offices of Greature Casablanca. It was build in 30' of 20th century and opened by Moroccan sultan Mohammed ben Youssef and the president of the Republic of France Albert Lebrun.

CTM bus to Laayoune

by earthflyer

CTM have 3 buses departing for Laayoune.

Journey time is 24 hours.

Tickets are around 300 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

Please use this as a rough guide only.

The bus station in Casablanca is the headquarters for the company with destinations all over the country. There is also a very nice cafe next door.

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Dar Itrit Hotel Casablanca

Address: 9 rue Restinga, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco