Hotels in Saïdia

Holidays in Saïdia, a Moroccan gem

Morocco's “Blue Pearl” and its countless attractions

Already at the time of the French protectorate, European settlers focused their attention on this small town in North Africa. From the mouth of the River Kiss to the Moulouya estuary, an authentic oasis bathed by Mediterranean waters stretches. It has become a popular holiday destination in northern Morocco.

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At the northern end of the country, next to the Mediterranean and bordering Melilla and Algeria, lies this small town of seafaring tradition with more than 18 kilometres of fine sandy beach, calm waters and a superb temperature during almost the entire year. Saïdia, better known as Morocco's "Blue Pearl", is a haven of peace for travellers who come looking for tranquility and a leisure and fun destination for those who seek something more exciting during their holidays.

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Route through the balconies of the sea

There are many options for a different type of holiday in Saïdia, including this popular visit to the most abrupt part of its coastline. The excursion is carried out in 4x4 vehicles which, after heading for Cap de l'Eau, advance along several kilometres of fascinating beaches. The route crosses a part of the Natural Park of the Mouth of the Moulouya River and appears from the heights of the various sea “balconies” which offer unbeatable views of the Spanish Chafarinas Islands, the coastal towns of the area, its spectacular unspoiled bays and the beaches of the Hercules Rock, among others.

Visit the nearby town of Berkane

About 20 kilometres from Saïdia, the sea landscape turns into a mountainous profile with attractive orchards and picturesque rural municipalities. The town of Berkane is the gateway to areas of great natural interest such as Mont Beni Hassen (Beni Hassen Mountain), the Grotte des Pigeons (Pigeons Cave) and the gorges de la Zegral (Zegral gorges). An area of great appeal to lovers of history and archaeology, as 80,000-year-old paleolithic remains have been found among these geographical features.

Stroll along La Corniche

The Boulevard Mohamed V or seafront promenade, popularly known as “La Corniche”, is the favourite spot for the city's walkers. Numerous shops and restaurants accompany this route, which is about 7 kilometres long, where locals and visitors gather daily at the end of the day. The sunsets from this corner of the city are the most attractive in the area and offer an extensive variety of options to sip a tea or to enjoy a delicious dish of sardine balls or traditional méchoui, spit-fire roasted lamb.

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