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This is the private beaches where you must pay to get on the beach with all the amenities, but there is a public beach further down the road also. It is beautiful with big waves of the Atlantic Ocean, versus in the north part of...More
The Cnrniche is a street flanked by concrete sidewalks along the seacoast in Casablanca. A number of hotels and beach clubs are on the beach side of the street. It looks and feels a bit like the Malecon in Havana. We found it uninteresting. Spend...More
Really chilled place to just walk about and take in the sea breeze. Loads of really nice places to eat and drink along the sea front. Only thing is that you cannot go onto the beach as that is all private owned by gyms and...More
I chose my appalling hotel on the basis that it was on the Corniche with ocean views. The reality is that the Corniche looks over the Atlantic Ocean and has a number of restaurants and dodgy bars. Late afternoon/evening it’s gridlocked with traffic and LOTS...More
Join Local Families and Visitors as they congregate along the corniche to eat, chat, picnic, and view the amazing sunsets.....
Lots of informal food vendors (great corn on the cob available) and street entertainers too. Fun and lively, woith seating available for when your tired...More
I suggest this stroll be taken as the heat dissipates if traveling in the summer months. The area is crowded and full of activity. It appeared from stares tat not all were used to seeing the likes of my group a Moroccan family with an...More
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I found Casablanca safe just like any other busy city. I don't think you have to be worried if you follow the general safety precautions applicable for any area of tourist attraction. I have noticed many Western women safely... More
I found Casablanca safe just like any other busy city. I don't think you have to be worried if you follow the general safety precautions applicable for any area of tourist attraction. I have noticed many Western women safely walking along the corniche. Just avoid dark and deserted areas specially late in the evening, which you have to do even in Paris or New York.