Located on the Atlantic coast of the Sahara in the extreme south of Morocco, Dakhla also nicknamed « The Moroccan Antilles, » it is a city found between the sand dunes on the edge of a magnificent lagoon with turquoise waters. ‘Villa Cisneros’ called by the Spaniards. In 1884, Dakhla is one of the bases of the Airmail and the transatlantic flights. Before crossing the ocean, Antoine de Saint-Exupery stayed there and probably wrote a part of his famous work « Le Petit Prince ».
Dakhla Bay is considered one of the world’s most beautiful « Surfing spots ». The location is ideal for all water sports… but also sports on the sand dunes! It is a paradise for wilderness hiking fans as well as fishing lovers thanks to both its large dunes and favorable water!
Here you can admire the wind singing on the lagoon, the waves caressing the shores and flamingos in love at sunset.