Visits et excursions
Coming to Soul House & Surf is also an opportunity to learn more about Moroccan traditions. We organize many expeditions to make you discover and immerse yourself in the different aspects of Moroccan culture: Architecture, Crafts, Cuisine, Music, Customs, etc.
Hassan II Mosque
Built partly on the ocean, the Hassan II Mosque is one of the largest and most beautiful in the world. You will be amazed by its size, beauty and architecture. It is a must see.
Built in the 1920s, this district, also known as the new Medina, is home to many craftsmen and traditional shops.
Historic cradle of Casablanca and handicraft centre, it is surrounded by ramparts, with its cannons pointing towards the sea.
Downtown: Bab Marrakech, United Nations Square
Economic capital, Casablanca is Morocco’s largest and most modern city. Located 15 km from Dar Bouazza, it conceals many monuments and tourist sites.
Mausolée Mohammed V
Located 120km from Dar Bouazza, Rabat is a modern capital city steeped in history
A remnant of a Roman city, Chellah was conquered and occupied by numerous dynasties.
Formerly a fortified military camp built in the 12th century, today it is a maze of alleys and houses with atypical architecture and a haven of peace for artists.
Only remains of a mosque which was the largest religious building of its time (end of 12th century).
One of the most beautiful monuments of the Moroccan capital. One finds there the majestic tombs of Mohamed V and Hassan II.
Located 90km from Dar Bouazza, El Jadida is an old Portuguese city fortified in the 16th century and was part of the route to India.
The Portuguese cistern
Originally an attic, it was transformed into a cistern to resist the attack of the Moroccans who took it back in 1769
The Portuguese fortress
Called Mazagan by the Portuguese, it was built by the Portuguese on their way to India.
Located 75km south of El Jadida, the lagoon is a site with a magnificent landscape and where you can taste the best oysters of the region.