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Dar Al Bahar, Marrakech,Tensift,Al Haouz, Morocco

Property type: Hotel
Contact: Jean Claude Parisio
Address: 1, Rue de Touahen
City: Essaouira
Postalcode: 44000
Phone: 00212 524 47 68 31
Fax: 00212 524 47 68 31
Daily prices Lowest: 40.00EUR Highest: 95.00EUR
Weekly prices Lowest: 280.00EUR Highest: 665.00EUR
Description:

From the terrace the view is one of constant movement, winds breaking against the rocks of the coast, offering an amazing spectacle. From there, you can also enjoy the panoramic view over the medina with its northern fort of the ancient Scala and the Mellah (the former Jewish quarter). In the distance, you can see the sand dunes, which actually touch the northern outskirts of the city.

Jean-Claude and Lise, a french-dutch couple, have completely renovated this house which was built at the turn of the last century. At that time, this part of Essaouira was much more animated thanks to the presence of an authentic windmill which formerly provided flour for the city and the back country. At this place, a new hotel has been built but the street name remained: Touahen, which means ‘mill’ in Arabic.
Today, the peacefulness of this place is only disturbed by breaking waves and shrieking seagulls.
You will certainly have a pleasant stay in Dar Al Bahar !

Location:
Dar Al Bahar is located in the medina of Essaouira. When entering one of the monumental gates, Bab Sbâa, Bab Marrakech or Bab Doukhala, you find yourself in the midst of an animated and joyful crowd, where everybody is going about his own business. There are no motor vehicles here, everything is carried by carts sometimes drawn by mules. What fascinates visitors are the white-washed house walls, the blue doors and windows which are reminiscent of Mediterranean islands. Owing to the straight main streets, you will have no problem finding your way and even if you get lost in the numerous small lanes, sooner or later you will find a main street again... or a dead-end. What is also worth seeing is the central market. To get away from the hustle and bustle of the marketplace, a glimpse at the ocean view from the Sqala-the fortified place of the city- is breathtaking with its beautiful battery of canons pointing out to the sea.

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