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Fab beach!!

Beautiful beach! Not too busy or crowded, with plenty of space. As westerners, we felt very... read more

Reviewed August 23, 2015
via mobile
very beautiful - buthard toget to

Just a few peopleon thebeach as it itstill ramadan. Apenrently, food vendors lost permits toserve... read more

Reviewed July 16, 2015
Christine M
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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This is a secluded beach south of town.
  • Excellent45%
  • Very good35%
  • Average12%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible2%
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Asilah, Morocco
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Reviewed August 23, 2015 via mobile

Beautiful beach! Not too busy or crowded, with plenty of space. As westerners, we felt very comfortable here. I would def recommend going here and avoiding the town beach. Some of the restaurants do great grilled fish too. The drive there is rough enough, but...More

Thank ocarromc
Reviewed July 16, 2015

Just a few peopleon thebeach as it itstill ramadan. Apenrently, food vendors lost permits toserve foodon the beach... the place looksabit left in despair. but theclearbluewater andlovelysand and landscape. Itisworthgoing. We tookamotortransportdown..butnotlegit one and expensive, and same fortheway back. The horse carriage guy tried to...More

Thank Christine M
Reviewed May 21, 2015

The beach is better than the one near the town of Alsilah, but is not worth the long walk. They have the umbrellas and sun lounges to rent and there are less strange guys walking around there than in the town beach. However it is...More

Thank Kristina S
Reviewed May 11, 2015

we're fortunate to live by some amazing beaches on the costa del luz in southern spain, just across the water from paradise bay so i can see by other reviews that the term paradise bay has mixed reactions so i guess it depends on what...More

4  Thank Ginglish
Reviewed January 3, 2015

This secluded beach is about a 90 minute hike down the coast from Asilah. The walk is half the fun! Cresting the last hill before the beach revealed an absolutely amazing sight! The green hills provide a nice beach before going directly into the stunning...More

2  Thank CDMG123
Reviewed August 8, 2014 via mobile

If you are a tourist and you don't hangout with the locals, you may never be able to see this place when you visit Asilah. This place is so far from the town proper. It took us 20 minutes of driving and a few bumps...More

3  Thank tropicalgirl08
Reviewed August 5, 2014

Beach average, toilets expensive, trip to beach Lonely Planet said 3km it is much longer, by horse and cart took over an hour, bumpy horrible ride, did not feel safe !

Thank Hewittsontour
Reviewed July 5, 2014

The beach of Las Cuevas is located about 6 km south of Asilah. On our first visit there we met Mr. Aziz who owns one of the Chiquingitos of the beach. (a chiquingito is a beach restaurant with sunbeds and umbrellas). Mr. Aziz and his...More

7  Thank Dorinissimo
Reviewed June 12, 2014 via mobile

It may not win awards for best beach in the world but it is decent enough stretch of sand in quite an nice setting. Not sure how far exactly from Assilah but it took us 75 minutes to walk from the medina following the coast...More

1  Thank Spikidle
Reviewed August 28, 2013

I had great expectations about this beach, because some reviews I read. But all that have turn to frustration. It´s difficult to arrive there, the way it´s terrible and long. And when you finally arrived you get disappointed. Dark sand and rubbish everywhere! In fact...More

3  Thank Henrique d
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November 20, 2015|
Response from Kristina S | Reviewed this property |
I think most of the beaches in Morocco are clothes on beaches (and I mean full clothes on, not just bikini). We went to the beach in Essaouira and Asilah and they were full of groups of local young males. As a female as was... More