In the hinterlands of Agadir (15 km away) retreating away from the coast towards the foothills of the Atlas; a French couple, Robby and Jacqueline, have created "Paradis Nomade" in order to host:
- Travelers in search of tranquility
- Lovers of quietness and scenery,
- Families who want to stay in an idyllic setting.
At "Paradis Nomade" between a short-break weekend or a family full-vacation, you will experience a relaxing stay where the words "resource" and "cocooning" will be the order of the day.
Disconnect from the daily rhythm of life, take time out to accord yourself with moments of wellness, relax by the side of the pool, experience harmony with Berber massages ...
The situation of "Paradis Nomade", retreating away from the coast, allows you to discover the authentic Morocco ...
Agadir is close by. This coastal resort offers its fine sandy beach and the sea for swimming, surfing, kite-surfing ...
Allow yourself to be charmed by the villages and nature of this region; by visiting the local surroundings:
Immouzzer and its waterfalls, the fishing village of Tifnit, the region of Massa, with its bird sanctuary.
And for urban souls, there can be pleasant detours to visit Taroudant, Tafraout and Essaouira, with their many landscapes and typical architecture ...
"Paradis Nomade" lies in the heart of the region where the argan tree grows profusely. Native to the general Atlantic region of southern Morocco, its edible fruit is the oleaginous almond. The tree is a part of the Moroccan heritage and is a protected species.
From the fruit, this special almond, the local women produce a nutty oil.
Argan oil is used in cooking for its nutritional and dietetic values and also to produce cosmetics and skin lotions. The oil, when mixed with essential oils, is used for massages.
In respect of the Eastern tradition, several institutes around Agadir offer Berber massages, so do not hesitate to give yourself time for you - and care for your body.
And if during your trip, you see the goats balanced on the branches of the trees, do not be surprised; they are fine climbers for food when there is no food on the ground!