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Paradis Plage

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8/10

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Highlights

- Surprisingly intimate beach resort
- Fresh, airy rooms
- Relaxed, surfer chic styling
- Large pool area

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Overview

Sympathetically developed just a few years ago the Paradis Plage is a Surf, Yoga and Spa resort located on a long stretch of sandy beach on the Atlantic Coast between Agadir and Essaouira. From its origins as a beach side café, the resort now has just over 100 rooms, villas and suites, all of which have great views of either the sea or the Atlas Mountains. All of the buildings are under two storeys tall and are well spread out amongst 3 hectares of green space which helps to maintain an intimate feel which can so often be lacking in large resorts.

The atmosphere is relaxed, combining surfer chic with pared down luxury. For families there's a children’s playground, a small children’s pool and kids club for children aged 4-11. For adults there's a large pool with lots of comfortable, shady seating areas, from the sofas around the main pool to the relaxed surf bar by the beach. The pool is heated between December and March.

There are 6 bars and restaurants which mostly serve locally produced, organic food, with fresh fish being delivered every morning by boat. There's a spa and beauty center on site as well as two yoga studios, another Paradis Plage specialty. For those seeking a bit of friendly competition beach games are always on offer and in the evening you’ll often be able to sit around the glowing embers of a fire pit by the beach or watch the screening of a vintage classic under the stars.

All of the rooms are bright and airy, simply and artistically designed with luxurious touches here and there. We love the spacious family villas and large, family suites; these have fitted kitchens (no ovens, but hobs and microwaves) so you can self-cater, which can be a nice alternative after many nights of eating out. There's a small food shop on site in case you need to pick up any essentials. If you are planning to self-cater, it is worth noting that the kitchens aren't always well stocked with pans and utensils, and it is worth asking at reception for more.

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Average Rating

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(5.00/5)

  • We had a fantastic time. Thank you for all your help, advice and guidance in organising our holiday. As this was not our first booking with Tourdust we were confident that all our transfers would work perfectly and they did - everything ran so smoothly! The riad in Marrakesh was stunning - a truly beautiful oasis of calm in such a busy, bustling city. As you can imagine, we were very grateful for the air conditioning in our room as outside was so hot! I was nervous about walking through the souks at night, but as they were well lit we felt perfectly safe and found our confidence grew in navigating the journey home each time we ventured out. When we arrived at our lodge in the Atlas Mountains we were blown away by the scenery. The views were amazing and the beautiful lodge gardens were the perfect place to sit and relax before taking a dip in the pool. Our day trek was truly amazing - no small thanks to our guide Rashid, who was so helpful and knowledgable. The lunch in the traditional Berber village was delicious and we were were made to feel so welcome. The home owner showed us how to make bread and then cooked it for us in her traditional clay oven. This was a memory we will never forget as we stood surrounded by her chickens and goats watching her use her bare hands to prepare the fire! Our night in the desert was breathtaking. The camel ride at sunset was so incredible and the quad biking the next morning was brilliant fun. I am so glad we added in these extras as they really made the experience! We finally made it to our hotel at the coast, where the surf lessons were a hit and the hotel was a great place to relax and read! Thank you again for all your help. We would definitely recommend Tourdust to all our friends and family. Tanya

    MissingTanya G reviewing Marrakech, Mountains & Coast Family Holiday on 18 August 2023

  • Hi Lisa, We had a wonderful time, thank you. Sidi Kaouki is the perfect retreat from the chaos of life. We all said it was our favourite trip to Morocco, even though it's our third visit. We are already thinking of returning at Xmas. Next time we will fly to Essaouira though, because the hike to Marrakech is too long to be comfortable when we could fly to a place 20 mins away. Thanks for all your help! Alex

    Missingalex c reviewing Family surf holiday in Morocco on 16 July 2023

  • We had an amazing time thank you very much! The riads and hotels were outstanding and everything went as clockwork. We had really bad rainfall on the day we transferred to Marrakech but our driver didnt give up and we eventually found a passable road ( which I think was the last possible one to get us there!)

    Thank you so much!

    MissingMatthew A reviewing Morocco Coast, Souks & Mountains on 05 December 2014

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