At the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, in a site of great ecological importance, the region of Oualidia in Morocco will attract, captivate, energize and sooth in equal measure.
Our promise is to share a rich array of meaningful experiences in an exceptional natural landscape for individuals and family adventures.
So, what is your plan today? Some will be appealed by a Gourmet escape on a hideaway beach or a Bird-watching safari. Alternatively, be ready to make the most of the great weather conditions to practice Surfing, Yoga & Pilate.
Fauna, Flora & Sustainability
Introduction to Oualidia's Wildlife
La Sultana Oualidia is a relaxing journey to make the most of an area of exceptional natural beauty and resources. (...)
Saturday Local Market
Like many countries around the world, the weekly market is a popular event that attracts many locals. (...)
La Sultana’s SPA
La Sultana’s cathedral-inspired spa is composed entirely of stone and is the perfect haven for the body and mind. The spa therapists perform a selection of traditional Moroccan treatments using organic oils – which uses the best Moroccan organic plants and essential oils.
An indoor pool, Jacuzzi, relaxation area, hammams and fitness room are all features of La Sultana Oualidia’s Spa : everything for you to discover the benefits of the ancestral rites and voluptuous ceremonials.
The Art of Falconry
The tradition of Moroccan falconry is carried on today in the region of El Jadida, just an hour away from Oualidia, as an artistic entertainment in the annual “moussem” celebration done in local villages.(...)
Waves of Happiness in Oualidia
Protected by the lands, the lagoon of Oualidia is an ideal surfing spot allowing the ocean swell to come in through a narrow opening.(...)
SUP in the Waves & Down the Lagoon
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
Immerse yourself in a world of balance in beautiful natural surroundings.(...)
Free Ride on the Beach
On endless beaches and stunning country side, the trails lead either to the beach “Les Tomates” passing through Oualidia’s village or further down the lagoon to reach the land in between the lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean.(...)
Fat Sand Bike
Cycling Along the Lagoon's Peninsula
Cycling along the lagoon’s peninsula in a Natural Reserve up to the salt marshes is the ultimate off-road biking experience to explore the region.(...)
Observation & Conservation Expedition
Bird Watching Safari
The lagoon of Oualidia is an exceptional ecological site for bird conservation in Morocco and extends over 12 km. It is of such importance that Oualidia is part of the “Ramsar convention”(...)
Surf Casting, Cliff Fishing, Small Boat Fishing in the Lagoon
Atlantic Fishing Excursion
Another way of making the most of the surrounding nature is to go out on a fishing excursion.(...)
Soothe Body, Mind and Spirit
Soothe body, mind and spirit with Yoga lessons on the beach or in the garden and focus on your well-being.
Yoga helps release tensions, heal, find inner peace, build mental and physical strength and flexibility.(...)
Berber Tent Dinner
Berber Tent Dinner
Complete one of Moroccan’s life ‘must do’ experiences and become a Nomad for a private berber tent dinner with delicious Moroccan food by the beach.
Wine & Oysters Tasting
Oysters from Farm to Table
Step on board a traditional fishing boat to discover Oualidia’s oysters and learn about oyster farming on the lagoon which dates from the 1950s. (...)
Gourmet Escape on the Ocean and Visit of Oyster Beds
Oyster Farm Exploration
As the perfect way to explore the remote lands between the lagoon and the ocean, La Sultana Oualidia offers guests an ultimate Gourmet escape combining a visit of the Oyster beds and a private lunch.(...)
Inviting Moroccan food lovers to master the art of traditional Moroccan cuisine.(...)
Portuguese City of Mazagan
Morocco, on the Atlantic Ocean side, features beautiful natural landscapes and distinctive urban architecture with white Médinas like the one of El Jadida.(...)
Art and Local Pottery
The city of Safi is also a mix of a typical white coastal medina with Portuguese influences and architectural remains. It is also not crowded so easy for visitors to enjoy.(...)