Kabila is quite literally a tourist village: a sprawling complex complete with hotel, villas, a helpful staff, a shopping center, and a marina with restaurants. The beaches—the majority of which are reserved for resort guests—are spotless (if a bit grainier than those farther north and south). Well-kept grounds and plenty of flowers keep the area green. Think California, with Moroccan food and décor. To arrange sailing and other outdoor activities, call Hotel Kabila.
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