Holidays in the Aparthotel -The Olive Garden-
Aparthotel – interior Decorations
Aparthotel – outdoor facilities
Restaurant of the Aparthotel
The Breakfast in our Aparthotel is varied, with croissants and typical Moroccan crepes. There are two types of Marrocan crepes: a thick square shaped crepe, and a round, spongy crepe called Baghrir. The crepes are usually served with honey or jam. Morocco has long going tradition for green tea with fresh mint. Morocco is also known for its sweets. The filled biscuits or mini cakes are also suitable for breakfast, but are mostly served for afternoon tea. The sweets are not for breakfast. Breakfast can be served either inside the restaurant or on the terrace.
The restaurant of the holiday resort offers inexpensive moroccan kitchen with a daily menu in summer. It is also possible to order some dishes one day in advance, which are brought to the holiday apartments on request. The typical Moroccan cuisine consists of Tagine, a clay pot for cooking with a hat-looking clay lid. The idea is to achieve a mixture of the effect of cooking and baking at the same time. In our Aparthotel you can taste the many different varieties of tagine from chicken, lamb or beef. The Lamb is particularly famous for Morocco. Moreover, one of the most famous dish certainly is the Cous Cous,which is traditionally prepared on Fridays.
The couscous is not cooked in boiling water for two minutes like in our homes, but it’s a rather complex process. The couscous is placed in water steam with a special pot with sieve steamed in the steam bath. At the bottom, the vegetables are usually boiled, and the steam with the vegetable flavor penetrates the couscous. Afterwards it is kneaded on a surface several more times until it is properly raised, similar to a yeast dough. There are all kinds of couscous, but the best known is the cucumbers with vegetables such as pumpkin and small zuchinis, or the sweet variety with caramelized onions and raisins. On the terrace of our aparthotel, barbecue is also offered.