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Stories and Tips Asilah

Various Beaches

Written by Sharon on 10 Dec, 2001

There are many beaches around Asilah..here are some tips:The main beach just North of town is easy walking distance. It is a nice beach EXCEPT in August when it is unbelievably crowded!!Paradise beach- A one hour walk to the south of town, just follow the…Read More


Amazing sunset views

Written by Sharon on 10 Dec, 2001

Along the walls of the medina at the south end of town, there is a stone promitory that overhangs the sea. In the evening it can get quite crowded with young lovers and photographers who flock for the spectacular views. Look down into an ancient…Read More


INternet Cafe

Written by Sharon on 10 Dec, 2001

There are about 3 internet cafes in Asilah. The best is right across from the medina walls and charges a mere 5 dh per half hour. The facility is clean and the computers are all excellent, they even have webcams and a scanner...send the folks…Read More


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Day 12 (Sun - 20 Jan. 2002)

Written by beatka on 23 Nov, 2002

We wake and wander into town looking for a breakfast to make up for the lack of a dinner the night before. A nice cafe turns up beneath the city wall and serves up a scrumptious omelette repast. But breakfast is then dampened by another…Read More


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Day 11 (Sat. - 19 Jan. 2002)

Written by beatka on 23 Nov, 2002

Arriving in Asilah, we made a quick getaway from the bus station and headed for the campsite sans aide. Later in town we have the best mint tea thus far with a 'Danish' Moroccan. Increasingly, all the Moroccans we met seem to be from other…Read More


Next door to Camping Echrigui - no name

Written by beatka on 23 Nov, 2002

The campground owner was much more friendly and much less pushy than the one at Camping Echrigui next door. The facilities were walled in and secure, and there's the option of staying in small rooms as well, but we opted for the open air. Hot…Read More


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