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Quiet & Peaceful Small City

Mohammedia is a port City some 20 odd kilometres from Casablanca and which takes about 30 minutes... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
hoosainnarker
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Cape Town Central, South Africa
Quiet and cool place

Clean, quiet and green city , with places to eat drink sea side and close to the bustling... read more

Reviewed January 20, 2018
Dar T
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“Quiet & Peaceful Small City”
Jan 20, 2018
“Quiet and cool place”
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Mohammedia is a port City some 20 odd kilometres from Casablanca and which takes about 30 minutes of travel time by car. Renamed in 1960 after King Mohammed, the city boasts some of the best beaches. Many Casablancans drive there just to take a break...More

1  Thank hoosainnarker
Reviewed January 20, 2018 via mobile

Clean, quiet and green city , with places to eat drink sea side and close to the bustling Casablanca . Sure in a summer it’s a busier place but the rest of the year it’s an ideal place to chill many beaches nearby

1  Thank Dar T
Reviewed July 15, 2017

To look from afar is all you should do. The beach was covered in broken glass with a lot of trash on the beach. The coast ling is mainly rock and hard to walk on, but the waves and colors of the ocean and skies...More

Thank richlee1975
Reviewed November 22, 2016 via mobile

Everytime I want to escape from a busy noisy and crowded Casablanca thats the place I go. People and food in Mohammedia are amazing. Its very clean and colour. You can get there in 30 min by motorway or train from casa.

Thank GabriellaTahiri
Reviewed September 21, 2016

Mohammedia is quiet and calm. It's a small city by the sea. Public transportation is so accessible. People are known there for their hospitality. Seafood is the city's specialty, so if you're seafood lover, just go for it, you won't regret it.

3  Thank Meryeme B
Reviewed September 4, 2016 via mobile

This is such a nice place to escape the hassle of Casablanca, much quieter and cleaner than the main city. There are some nice cafes and restaurant along the beach front.

Thank AdAlex_13
Reviewed August 2, 2016 via mobile

To get out of busy streets of Casablanca just come over to the town Mohammedia. It has long coast with nice beaches. Also some very good restaurants and not really expensive. Also visit the kasbah and the park especially at night where you will see...More

1  Thank Mohammed Q
Reviewed July 21, 2016 via mobile

It's a nice city by the sea, good for summer stays but nothing much to be done, and avoid weekends it will be very crowded Recommended during summer weekdays if in casablanca and you want a public beach and not a private one It's like...More

Thank Tarek O
Reviewed April 23, 2016 via mobile

This town offers you a long Beach strip not the most luxurious hotels and resorts but very nice villas for rent just meters away from the beach. You'll find the greatest groceries to cook for yourselves or eat in one of the restaurants. During the...More

Thank vicki w
Reviewed September 25, 2015

there are good and cheap small restaurants with fish - because they locate near port of Mohammedia. Beach is not good for swimming, unfortunately there is only one public beach. It's very close to industrials factories, which were built on the sea bank.

Thank Tanya1809
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