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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There are rocks in the water. Beach is full of locals. People coming around selling food and drink. Takeaways along the promenade the McDonald's KFC

Thank uzzy2016
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

With its scenic promenade bordering the western seafront of Casablanca and a cluster of stylish hotels and beach resorts, the Ain Diab Corniche is one of the city’s most fashionable districts. The coastal suburb is traversed by the 3km-long Corniche Boulevard, offering expansive views along...More

Thank Bob H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

As I had already visited the main sights of Casablanca I decided to visit the Marroco Mall. I walked from the hotel to the Avenue Hassan II station, bought the ticket in a machine (14 dihan 2 way or 8 dihan 1 way, keep the...More

Thank Mariana A
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

Is a good and clean place and is one of the nicest beaches of Casablanca and has many cafes and many night clubs. The problem is the abundance of beggars who spoil the hike in this place as well as the high prices in cafes...More

Thank Fareed H
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

The largest city in Morocco, the largest city in the Maghreb, one of the greatest most important cities in Africa, and one of its prime locations, strategic if I may say, almost completely left out. Sure, there's a nice little stretch of walkway, a couple...More

Thank Ismaël C
Reviewed 20 June 2017

I went here for Iftar with friends and the atmosphere is really nice. There's chairs and tables so you don't have to sit in the sand. You'll enjoy your meal with other families who came for iftar, and you can order tea to your table...More

Thank Tara K
Reviewed 15 May 2017

Very relaxing, you will see a lot of kids playing soccer at the beach and people picnicking. Enjoyable!

Thank Sanz K
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

Best kept secret in Casablanca. Nice relaxing beach with coastal sea breezes. We didn't know it existed. A local told us about it. Good for families and individuals. Hint: sunscreen, sunhat, suitable footwear and clothing , camera

Thank Janr20
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Since bathing season has not started yet, most of the facilities were closed. It is probably impressive to experience the boulevard when all the shops work and when it is full of visitors

Thank Danijel M
Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

Ain Diab is probably the most beautiful district/area in Casablanca on the coast. It is also one of the most modern districts/areas in Casablanca which makes it a very expensive area to live in or do business in. Mostly occupied by the rich or celebrities,...More

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16 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
16 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
Dale L
1 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