The enchanting riads of Morocco


Want to know a taste of paradise? Mixing tradition and comfort? Choose the riads of Morocco.

These traditional houses organized around a central garden with a fountain often, and recently converted into guest houses and restaurants, are true architectural jewels and a great way to pleasantly discover the art and history of Morocco.

Every city has its treasure. In Marrakesh where the medina is registered since 1985 in the UNESCO heritage the most popular riads riad Alladin next to Badi palace of refined luxury, Callipau riad in the heart of the Kasbah district, between the Palace of Hassan II and that of Mohamed VI, and the riad due bold blend of tradition and modernity thanks to the touch of an Italian designer.

Essaouira, a fortified coastal city of the XVIII century, listed by UNESCO in 2001, also contains riads whose exceptional Dar Madada Mogador offers introductory workshops in Moroccan cuisine and Dar Loulema full of authenticity and light dating from the XVIII.

the essential Fez, imperial capital of XIII and XIV century when the famous Madrasa Inania is a UNESCO heritage since 1981, also contains its beauties riad Louna fully restored with zellige, carved wood and tadelakt and Sara riad dating from the 17th worthy of the thousand and some nights where gastronomy is honored.

We will end this journey with Rabat where he would go right to the Art Riad located in the heart of the Medina where the typical materials and tranquility are King. There is also the Kalaa Riad built in 1815 on an area of ​​1000 square meters and possessing one of the best restaurants in town.

So do not miss to experience this unique form of accommodation and those cities of a thousand colors.