Winner of the World Trophy for Responsible Tourism
Guest house Ecolodge & Spa Atlas Kasbah, First ecolodge in Morocco and North Africa For eco-friendly stay in a stunning accommodation in the argan forest, a UNESCO heritage, in the heart of the Atlas mountains, 3 miles from Agadir. Atlas Kasbah is one the most famous sustainable tourismeco hotel in Africa, ideal for a well-being stay in Morocco to discover and recharge your batteries in the Berber country. Retreats venue ( Yoga, meditation, arts…) and tailor-made stays or events for family, friends, colleagues.
Kasbah and Ecolodge in Morocco
Spacious and comfortable rooms
An ideal venue for organising a successful retreat in Morocco
Refresh and relax in a welcoming and exotic atmosphere, with healthy quality cuisine; our Agadir ecolodge can offer you a bespoke stay: yoga retreat in Morocco, art workshops, etc.
Personalize your stay in Agadir
Salt water pool, cookery class, yoga, pottery class, hikes, astronomy, calligraphy… simply choose between the many activities offered to enhance your stay in Agadir.
Your events partner in Agadir
Meetings, seminars, trainings, business breakfasts, contract signings, conferences, receptions, press junkets… whatever the theme of your business event in Agadir, we are alongside you to meet your objectives. Only 10 minutes from Agadir and two and a half hours from Marrakesh, the ecolodge team is at hand to design your bespoke event in one of our rooms or on one of our many terraces for small group workshops.
Spa & well-being
Massages and deep treatments for body and mind
Energy massages with organic therapeutic oils with exceptional qualities. Hammam, salt cave, halotherapy, yoga, and therapy bath with panoramic view of the Argan woodland.
“On the heights, about twenty minutes from Agadir (and the airport ....) and 45 minutes from Taroudant ..: an authentic Moroccan stopover away from the crowds. "
"Magnificent place, soothing atmosphere, warm welcome: you feel good in this hotel."
“Whether for the first time or for an umpteenth stay in Morocco; the kasbah seduced us ... "