Morocco has a distinctly eastern feel. Arabs and Berbers live side by side, while Spanish and French influences can also be found. From the High Atlas Mountains in the north to the fringes of the Saharan desert in the south, Morocco is full of contrasts. The country offers snow-capped mountains, a rugged coastline, and the expanse of the Sahara with its oasis and palm groves. Sipping mint tea in a riad, exploring the labyrinth of historic medinas and souks, and camel treks make for an unforgettable holiday.
Nestled amid palm trees and oleander, alongside the Mediterranean Sea, Yasmina is the premium family destination, with children's club facilities from 2 years old to teens(1), a wide choice of accommodation options, including lots of interconnecting rooms in the 4 hotels.
Sport has pride of place, with a host of activities, including Tennis, Flying Trapeze and Golf Schools.
The Resort centre welcomes you around a beach with an infinity pool looking onto the sea, a bar and restaurant.
Come evening, make the most of the entertainment area around the bar, restaurant and outdoor theatre for lounge and festive evenings, with special light and colour effects that create a beautifully warm and friendly atmosphere.Yasmina may also be a good starting point to explore the wealth of Moroccan heritage, thanks to a wide range of excursions, or the chance to recharge your batteries and pamper yourself at the Club Med Spa by CINQ MONDES.
(1)during the school holidays