It’s fantastic to read about us in fashion magazines, newspapers, or travel blogs.
The riads are not only an alternative accommodation but a way of
get closer to Moroccan culture and get to know it from within, as well as
enjoy a space and atmosphere of calm.
At the reception, with the fire lit on these dates, there is always
a comforting mint tea and cakes waiting for us.
It is common to find other guests of different nationalities there
chatting and sharing the experience of their trip, the same in favor of
Riads to meet interesting people and practice languages.
In the six days that we stayed, Javier and I met Italians, Japanese,
a Spanish couple and, above all, Englishmen, with an average age of