El Jadida

Morocco - North Atlantic Coast

El Jadida is a major port city on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, located 96 kilometres south of Casablanca.

Once nicknamed Mazagan, this city built by the Portuguese has stood proudly since the 16th century. Its well-preserved architectural treasures and the subtle mixture of Moroccan and European cultures have earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

By visiting the mysterious cistern and its majestic vaults, cinema lovers will recognize some of the decorations used by Orson Wells in “Othello”. Multiple cinematographic and televisual productions come in droves each year to benefit from El Jadida’s assets.

El Jadida – Luxury Collection

La Sultana Oualidia$$$$$

An uplifting breath of life amidst luxuriant nature, La Sultana Oualidia is designed as a family home. With its private terraces, collections by designers, objects unearthed in markets, and contemporary paintings, guests can opt for the privilege of getting away from it all or setting off to discover nature of insolent beauty. Making it an unforgettable experience and our favourite hotel in the area.

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