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The wide beach is often filled with people playing soccer, but there are also opportunities to ride horses or camels -- though the animals are not well-cared for. A pleasant walk in any event, but no one was swimming.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, this beach front is nice to walk along of an evening. Plenty of locals enjoying them selves and some little snack stalls about. Bars are not great so don't go...More
Though the walk along the beach was beautiful, watching hobbled camels and beautiful horses being underfed, overworked and abused fir hours was not my idea of a good time. It's a norm here in Morocco, though be warned if your an animal lover :(
This is the main city beach which is right in the centre of the town, well kept in general.
Gets crazily busy in the summer months and busy all year round in the evening with locals going on their daily promenade.
Several cafes are dotted...More
We went as a group of college students during Ramadan. While the beach was pretty (although fairly dirty) there were only men swimming and wearing bathing suits. This is probably because it was Ramadan, however it was not an enjoyable experience.
I am spending time in El Jadida at the moment and had a walk down this beach today.
It's busy and clean, even at this time of year, with attractive cafés and facilities. People were swimming in the sea! The Promenade is worth a walk...More
People often confuse Deauville Plage with Plage Haouzia. Deauville is the town beach, Haouzia is the beach that stretches from the end of town to the Mazagan Beach Resort.
The local authorities have spent money here. Gone are the jerry-built restaurants on the main promenade,...More