Furnished apartment with bedroom, studio, bathroom and kitchen which can accommodate 2 people (plus 2 people can sleep in the studio). Located close to Mirleft at Imintarga beach in a quiet area. You'll love the huge rooftop terasse with sea view, the big beach within walking distance and the amazing sunsets! The house is in peaceful berber village (Douar Idjouka). Perfect place for surfers, couples, families, solo travelers. Well located to discover Sidi Ifni, Legzira and other places!
“This is the most quiet and peaceful place I have visited in Morocco so far (only the rooster is crowing occasionally). If you want to stay in an authentic house with a moroccan family this is the place to do it. Abdellah and his family are very welcoming and always there if you need them. And there is still enough space for privacy. There is a lot of space in the apartment, it was immaculately clean, the bed is comfy, the kitchen well equipped. Wifi works pretty good. Shower and hot water work very good. The house is situated on a hill a little outside of Mirleft. Beach and surfspot(s) very close (one by foot, others by car) but waves were too big on many days when I was there during November 2019. If you have good conditions, no crowds! So waiting might be worth it!”
Vegas Guest House is an Intimate Beach House right on the sands of Aftas Beach in the layback village of Mirleft in South Morocco.
“Beautiful house on a beautiful beach near Mirleft. You can see and hear the waves from the room window. Hosts were very welcoming and helpful. The food at the nearby bar is amazing.”
Le gîte est à 200 mètres de la plage d’Aftas et 500 mètres du centre de Mirleft, une grande cour arborée avec coin détente et une cuisine commune sont à disposition des clients ainsi qu’une grande terrasse vue sur mer
“Excellent value, highly recommend. Close to the beaches and a short walk to the village. Simple but clean bedrooms, best shower in Morocco, well equipped kitchen all in a nice quiet, secluded spot. Abdul was very friendly and helpful. Kittens and donkey were an added bonus.”