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Make A Holiday Rental House in Ouirgane, Morocco, Your Home Away From Home

Although not off the tourist radar, Ouirgane still retains the charm and culture of a traditional village nestled in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. A holiday in Ouirgane is for those people that do not need to be surrounded by a modern city setting, and instead prefer to see a more authentic side to Morocco. That said, a holiday rental house in Ouirgane is still equipped with all the mod-cons that make life easy, presenting you with the best of both worlds! Use your self catering accommodation in Ouirgane as a base from which to explore the surrounding area, and enjoy the peace and tranquillity.

Things to Do on Holiday in Ouirgane, Morocco

A holiday in Ouirgane is especially suitable for those people that enjoy the great outdoors. The Atlas Mountains dominate the beautiful landscape, and here, there are many trails to be followed either on foot or even on donkey. There are dozens of Berber villages scattered throughout the area, and whilst it is better to hike to them, there are also 4 wheel drive tours available. Nature lovers will also enjoy staying at a holiday rental house in Ouirgane, as they are given the chance to observe birds and other animals native to the region.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Ouirgane, Morocco

There are many places to visit whilst on holiday in Ouirgane, and a starting point should be one of the surrounding Berber villages, where time seems to have stood still. A trip to Tizi n’test should also be made, as this is the highest pass in Morocco, and affords some truly spectacular views. Along the road from your holiday rental house in Ouirgane to Tizi n’Test you should also visit the mosque at Tinmal, the only one that non-muslims are allowed to visit. If you tire of the mountains and would like a change, then a day trip to Marrakesh should be considered. This is quite a fascinating city, and well worth the trip even if you were just to visit the world famous souk (market). Although Marrakesh is 90 minutes away, it is possible to take a bus there, so hiring a car is not entirely necessary.

Weather in Ouirgane, Morocco

The weather in Ouirgane is extremely pleasant when compared to some of the lowland areas of Morocco, which can become uncomfortably hot during the peak summer months. Because of its altitude you can expect warm summers and mild winters. A jumper or coat might be needed at night on occasion, even during the summer, and are almost always needed during the winter. The warmest month of the year is July, and this is also the driest. Expect daytime temperatures of high-twenties degrees Celsius during this period, whilst during the winter, the coldest months are December and January. Late spring or early autumn can be the best time of year to visit, when the temperature is not too hot, and tourists fewer.

Travel to Ouirgane, Morocco

Marrakesh (sometimes spelt Marrakech) is the home of Morocco’s largest international airport (RAK). British Airways offer regular flights into here from London Gatwick (LGW), and Thomson Airways also offer flights coming out of Manchester (MAN). Public transportation is available from the airport, and it is also possible to hire a vehicle should you so desire.

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                                    Recent Reviews

                                    Super villa in staggering location near Marrakech

                                    5 of 5
                                    L’Amandier resort in the Atlas Mountains will, once completed, consist of 12 villas and a boutique hotel. It is scheduled to open as a fully functioning resort later this year, although the swimming pool is usable now. Villa No 7, where I was lucky enough to spend a few days in February, is probably in the best location being at the far end of the complex with a neighbouring villa only on one side. From its rear terrace there are the most staggering views up to the mountains which, when I was there, were snowcapped – a fabulous feature against a blue, blue sky. The villa has three double bedrooms looking on to a pretty central courtyard, each one with its own large bathroom. The very generously proportioned main living area runs the length of the rear of the house, with floor to ceiling glass doors leading on to a west facing terrace with a plunge pool, looking on out to that fabulous view. No better place from which to watch the sunset over the mountains, unless perhaps from the roof terrace above, with its intimate Bedouin-style pergola. Quality modern furnishings, along with a fully fitted kitchen, give Villa No 7 a contemporary feel, with some standout locally sourced pieces to remind us that Morocco is a country rich in traditional craftsmanship as well as glorious landscapes. I can’t wait to go back!
                                    • Review Submitted: 15-Aug-2016
                                    • Date of Stay: Feb 2016

                                    Very pleasant stay

                                    4 of 5
                                    Small Berber home accessed via a path and shared gate. Vibrantly decorated, which makes it feel very cheerful. Moroccan-style furniture - low tables, no sofa, and no seating on the terrace apart from a 'poof' and a low stool. We didn't find it that comfortable, but there are plenty of cushions, so you can improvise to make it a bit more bearable. The garden isn't private - it is next to a shared path that is used to access adjoining cottages. The terrace is also (potentially) overlooked - although there was no one else around when we stayed. I certainly wouldn't have been comfortable sunbathing if there had been more people about. The rooms are rather basic, and quite dark - this may have been a factor of the time of year (we visited in mid-October). There is no sink in the bathroom - meaning you had to use the sink in the kitchen after you used the toilet, so not ideal for those who are very particular, and although the shower looks very basic, the water pressure was good and the water was hot! We had a car, and we able to explore the local area for some great walks. The area is very quiet, and there is very little traffic on the road, and driving is straightforward and relatively safe. The saving grace for this property is the food and service provided by Mohammed and is lovely wife. We opted for breakfast and dinner on most days. Breakfast consisted berber coffee (highly perfumed, strong, but pleasant), plenty of homemade Moroccan bread, and homemade jam. Dinner was a tagine with meat (chicken or goat), vegetables and more of the bread. The food was simple, tasty and filling, although the portions weren't huge - there was always enough.
                                    • Review Submitted: 12-Nov-2015
                                    • Date of Stay: Oct 2015

                                    What a fabulous birthday treat

                                    5 of 5
                                    For my birthday a group of friends treated me to a 3 day stay at Kasbah Africa....itwas the big 50 after all. We are all keen walkers but you cannot go to Marrakech and not explore it a bit first. Chaos, colour, vibrant the works. Nice to stay near the centre at Riad Africa who looked after everything we needed but we couldn't wait to get to the mountains. Kasbah Africa was all it promised and more. Unbeknown to me my riends had rented the whole place so it was our private gettaway. Great rooms, fab food and a cold drink by the pool but it was the scenery and the walking that stole the show. Abdul the guide was knowledgable, courteous and everything was no problem. Picnics were taken with great views, tea was drunk in villages and views have burnt themselves forever into my memory. Back at Kasbah a hot shower, good meal and comfy place to sleep and we were a very happy group and were sad to leave. We booked the whole package through Kasbah and were glad we did as all the sections; transport, accomadation and guides all connected perfectly.
                                    • Review Submitted: 03-Jul-2015
                                    • Date of Stay: May 2015