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Dar Lazuli riad is perfectly located just inside Essaouira's medina walls, a couple of minutes walk to the beach, cafes, restaurants & souks.
Dar Lazuli is a 200 year old riad in Essaouira on Morocco's Atlantic Coast. The riad has been renovated to a high standard using contemporary designs, giving it a light, airy and tranquill feel.
This holiday accommodation in Essaouira consists of 4 boutique self-catering apartments which can be rented individually. The riad is also perfect for exclusive use by a family or group of friends, sleeping 8-10 in total.
The apartmenst have a huge double bed, open fireplace, bathroom with ‘Rainfall’ shower, sitting and dining areas and small kitchen. The riad is cleaned on a daily basis by Latifa, who can also prepare traditional Moroccan meals for you.
Details for Dar Lazuli 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 10, 4 Bathrooms
Each apartment has a huge double bed, kitchen, bathroom and seating area, and use of Dar Lauzli's 3 private roof terraces.
Essaouira has a temperate climate, so makes a great year round destination, especially for those seeking winter sun. Listed as one of the world’s best beaches, Essaouira is well-known for watersports including surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing. You can also rent a quad bike & explore the sand dunes, or take a camel or horse trek along the coast.
For the less adventurous, the broad sandy beaches are perfect for long walks
& the sea is great for swimming. Wander the narrow streets & souks in
the medina, watch the fishermen bringing in the daily catch at the port, pay a
visit to the wood workshops, or simply find a café in the main square –
Place Moulay Hassan, & watch the world go by. The annual Gnaoua or Gnawa
World Music Festival in June features a great line up of musicians and artists
from all over the world.
Dar Lazuli is a 200 year old riad in Essaouira, lovingly renovated by local craftsmen using traditional techniques and materials to retain its original features in harmony with contemporary designs and comforts for a 21st Century visitor.
We work with the Travel Foundation to encourage our guests to conserve energy and support and respect the local community.
From February 2010, Dar Lazuli is sponsoring children from a local family through school and will keep guests updated on their progress.