Spa & Wellbeing
550m2 Spa & fitness centre, Sauna & Hammam, Heated 207m2 inside pool that is 1.45m deep, Yoga room, Fitness centre/gym, 6 massages and body/facial care cabins.
This top class facility has 224 rooms laid out over two floors nestled into a hill that towers over the Atlantic Ocean. You will have a choice between three categories of spacious rooms of approximately 37m² (single, double and triple) with golf course or sea view, allowing all needs to be satisfied, whether it is a business trip or getting away with your family. The rooms are arranged with modern furniture and have a balcony or terrace. They are equipped with all the modern conveniences.
The Lixus Beach Resort golf course adapts to all levels of the game, from beginners to advanced. This 18-hole course was designed by Spanish architect Enrique Saenger, who took advantage of the superb views offered by the site to offer you games with unobstructed forest and ocean views. The course is located on the seafront at an average altitude of 40 metres. Lixus Beach Resort also offers golf fans the opportunity to extend the pleasure of the game and the social side afterwards in the refined environment of their club houses.
Larache is a favourite en route stop for recreational boaters who travel the seas between Europe, the Canary Islands, and the West Coast of Africa. When you get there, the blue and white city seduces you with its subtlety and authenticity. Its indolent charm allows itself to be discovered, with each walk through its streets and places, which bear witness to an omnipresent Andalusian influence that is always in harmony with the local habitat… Larache faces the ocean all along the Oued Loukkos, where trawlers find refuge after fishing.
The region of Larache can take pride in a very rich cultural and historical past. Numerous archaeological traces attest to the presence of Phoenicians in the region from the eighth century B.C. Being at this strategic location, the Phoenicians founded this trading post and called it “Lixos”. After falling into Mauritanian hands, the city became Roman beginning in the third century A.D. and came to be called “Lixus”. In his writings, Pliny located the Garden of the Hesperides—that otherworldly place where Hercules plucked the famous gold apples, and accomplished one of his twelve legendary exploits— in Lixus, and if the luxurious gardens of Port Lixus allowed you to continue the legend...
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