Morocco is just a step away from Europe, across the narrow straits of Gibraltar, but it is a world away in terms of culture and experience, brimming over with contrasts, colour and mystery. This is partly due to its geographical position, sited at the crossroads where East meets West, Africa shakes hands with Europe, and the Mediterranean merges with the Atlantic.
Somewhere south of Gourizim is the tiny fishing port of the village of Sidi Boulfdail. While not on many maps, the port can be recognized by the large government gate visible from the road. The port consists of a cluster of pastel fisherman's shacks stacked upon each other and a modest boat launch, but it's a wonderful place to stop and take in the glorious sunset sea views.
The weather is ideal all year, during the summer with a maximum of 35º and minimum of 22º. The Resort is situated 200km from the Canary Islands, and you can even go to the beach during the winter.