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Reviewed 1 week ago

you can go its better than no beach at all but it so dirty you can ride a horse a chamel and swim among plastic rubbish but its better than nothing there should be people pick up the rubbish garbage biins definetely not what you...More

Thank Louise T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you wanna relax then go to Ain Diab. Enjoy the coffee and see the breathtaking beauty of the sea.

1  Thank TrailBlazer106476
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I took the tram to the end of the line to Ain Diab beach, expecting a great sunset and a night out enjoying good food on a patio....a boardwalk, charming night life and people watching. What I got was a fantastic sunset, and string of...More

1  Thank Rebecca P
Reviewed 9 August 2018

All you could wish for a grand evening.... you have it here. Food, Fun, Booze. and what not. cant keep an eye on your watch. Perfect night out place.

Thank VIKASA443
Reviewed 13 July 2018

This beach would be very nice if the city did two things: 1) get rid of the horses and camels that poop on the sand and make the beach stink 2) hire some more workers to pick up all the trash There are several shops,...More

2  Thank Elevate-Casa
Reviewed 13 June 2018

after sunset, most other closed. Ain Diab water front is not a bad place to go. Of course you can go anywhere by taxi. or get there by taking the easy for tourist T1 tram to the end stop. Bar, restaurant, horseback riding on the...More

Thank Simon Y
Reviewed 11 February 2018

I have spent my most of the time at this place at my visit, its beautiful and peacefull and u can find everything here, as well as best romantic place to be with at right cafe choosen with sea view

5  Thank mophotographer
Reviewed 9 February 2018

I have been living in Casablanca for a while and I do not really recommend this place for tourists. You can visit the board walk.

Thank billsullivanvan
Reviewed 9 February 2018

A very pleasant stroll along this stretch of beach. Impressive to view the Atlantic ocean and watch the waves roll in. Just a good place to enjoy the ocean, sea breeze and have a snack.

1  Thank Della G
Reviewed 22 January 2018

You have to come to Corniche Ain Diab, this is a big long promenade place near the Atlantic. You have to stop for a meant tee and to admire the nature.

1  Thank Barbara M
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17 December 2015|
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Response from Alex W | Reviewed this property |
The airport train departs from Gare Casa Port railway station every hour on the hour from 5am to 10pm.and takes about 45 minutes. It also stops at Gare Casa Voyageurs enroute (about 13 minutes after departing Casa Port). If... More
17 December 2015|
Response from valzebub | Reviewed this property |
Probably by Uber, might be the easiest. You can take a shared white cab out or pay to have one all to yourself. If the trains are running take a red cab over to the train station and ride the train out. Watch your timing... More
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2 March 2015|
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Response from valzebub | Reviewed this property |
NO, it's not on the way form the airport, but you can catch a cab to the beach from anywhere in the city, or have your driver take you straight there. Ain Diab is also NOT close to the ONCF station at the Port. Again, a... More