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Practical Information

Evening dining available upon reservation (starter, main course, dessert) for 175 Moroccan Dirhams.

WiFi available throughout the house.

Closed parking available for 6 motorcycles.

City tax: 16.5 DHS /nightper person

Laundry service available for 55 Moroccan Dirhams.

Baby crib available.

Airport shuttle service available from Agadir, Guelmim, or other locations upon request.

How to get to "Logis La Marine"

Logis La Marine is located 170 km south of Agadir, on the Atlantic coast.

By plane:

The nearest airport is Agadir Airport.

If you arrive in Agadir, we can recommend a reliable taxi driver who can drop you off at the guesthouse for a fee of 50.00 euros. (Mohamed, Tel: 00 212 6 61723237)

If you wish to rent a car:

Most car rental agencies are available at the airport (Avis, Hertz, etc.)

Car rental is also possible in Sidi Ifni.

By car:

Agadir Airport is located 160 km from Sidi Ifni. The drive takes approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.

At the roundabout at the end of the airport road, follow the direction to Tiznit (70 km).

In Tiznit, follow the signs for AGLOU (15 km), which will lead you to the coastal road that takes you to SIDI IFNI.

When you arrive in Sidi Ifni from Tiznit, after the police checkpoint, continue straight on the wide avenue. The road will descend towards the river. Continue until you reach the roundabout, then go straight for 100 meters, and then turn right after the bus stop. Continue uphill along the same street, passing through two intersections, and stop at the no-entry sign. The guesthouse is 30 meters to your right. We will be happy to guide you to a parking space that suits your needs.

HISTORY

The architectural uniqueness of the "art deco" style of the house dates back to its construction in 1934 by the Spaniards,
who were the rulers of the region at that time. It was originally intended to accommodate their naval officers.
In 1969, during the independence that allowed the province of Sidi-Ifni to rejoin the Kingdom of Morocco,
the building was transferred to the Moroccan Merchant Navy, which soon abandoned
it until 2002.
At that time, a daring French individual embarked on a three-year renovation project to give the building
a new lease on life as a guesthouse.
In 2011, a Belgian couple, Benoit and Dominique, guided by the famous travel guidebook "Le Routard,"
crossed the threshold of this truly unique guesthouse and continued the adventure.

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