An affordable option for independent travellers

 

Dar Mystere is a traditional Moroccan courtyard house, or dar, available for up to 6 people to rent exclusively sharing in 3 bedrooms.

 

From as little as €40 for two sharing per night (plus an additional €20 per extra person), guests have exclusive use of the house.

 

It is perfectly located for the first time visitor to the ancient medina of the former capital city of Morocco.

 

Dar Mystere is an affordable option for independent travellers who prefer privacy and value their own space. Single occupants, couples or small parties can experience the harmony, simplicity and beauty of Moroccan life 'behind closed doors' in the mysterious ancient medina of Fez.

 

You can contact us for a personal quote or make a booking through our TripAdvisor page.

21.02.2017
Sandy McCutcheon
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The latest figures from Morocco's Tourism Observatory show a slight improvement with a total of 10.3 million tourists visiting Morocco during 2016, up 1.5% from 2015. The number of foreign tourists decreased by 0.9%, while arrivals of Moroccans living abroad increased by 4% Spanish, Dutch and Belgian tourist arrivals increased by 2%, 3% and 2% respectively, the observatory said, adding that arrivals from the United Kingdom, Germany and France showed decreases of 6%, 2% and 1%. The biggest gains have been in the Chinese and Russian markets which showed increases by 32,329 and 23,921 of arrivals compared to 2015. Tourist accommodation professionals point out that total overnight stays in classified accommodation establishments increased by 4.5% compared to the end of 2015 , Reflecting a 1.4% increase in non-resident tourists and an 11% increase in residents. The two tourist centres of Marrakesh and Agadir, alone accounted for 60% of total overnight stays in the past year, registering increases of 6% and 4%, respectively, the observatory said. Other destinations posted contrasting results, with Casablanca (+ 6%) and Tangier (+ 9%), but stagnation in Rabat and a decline in Fes (-6%). Questions are being asked about why Fez is so quiet - given it is one of the most intriguing places in Morocco! The occupancy rate, which stands at 40% until the end of December 2016, has remained unchanged compared to the same period in 2015, the statistics show. At the end of 2016, revenues generated by the tourist activity of non-residents in Morocco amounted to 63.24 billion dirhams against 61.15  in 2015, an increase of 3.4%. During the month of November 2016, the number of tourist arrivals at border posts increased by 11.2% compared with 2015 + 14.4% for foreign tourists and 7.4% for Moroccans resident abroad. SHARE THIS!
21.02.2017
Sandy McCutcheon
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Electronic Music Festival 2-4 March 2017 Tangier-Morocco - Festival de Musique Électronique 2-4 Mars 2017 TANGER-Maroc From 2 to 4 March 2017, the association Maroc Créations will be holding the 2nd edition of the electronic music festival TangerGround. Twenty DJs of 9 nationalities will spin their turntables before the enthusiasts of this musical genre. In a statement, the initiators of the event explain that the objective of this second edition is to promote electronic music and promote an exchange between Moroccan and foreign DJs. Lighting is promised to be spectacular For three days, the Tangiers will celebrate. On offer are great sound and sophisticated lighting. For this second edition, the association Morocco Créations announces the participation of DJ enthusiasts who will mix before hundreds of people. SHARE THIS!
20.02.2017
Sandy McCutcheon
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This morning Agadir was shaken by a low intensity magnitude earthquake. The earthquake, measuring 4.5 degrees on the Richter scale, shook the outskirts of Agadir but first reports say there was no material damage and no injuries The quake, which only lasted for three seconds, was reportedly felt by residents of Agadir’s Chtouka Ait Baha region, while the government-run National Institute of Geophysics issued a statement putting the earthquake’s epicentre in the region of Ait Amira. According to local media, residents of the area vacated their homes on Monday morning after feeling the tremors, fearing something as destructive as Agadir's 1960 earthquake. Agadir 1960 The 1960 Agadir earthquake occurred on the 29th of February at 23:40 Western European Time (UTC+00:00). Despite the earthquake's moderate magnitude of 5.7, its maximum perceived intensity was X (Extreme) on the Mercalli intensity scale. Between 12,000 and 15,000 people (about a third of the city's population of the time) were killed and another 12,000 injured with at least 35,000 people left homeless, making it the most destructive and deadliest earthquake in Moroccan history. Particularly hard hit was the Talbordjt area. The earthquake's shallow focus, close proximity to the port city of Agadir, and unsatisfactory construction methods were all reasons declared by earthquake engineers and seismologists as to why it was so destructive. In 2014, Agadir was hit by a similar low-intensity earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale. SHARE THIS!

Reviews from our guests

Reviewed November 2016 for a stay in October 2016

"Lovely Dar, fantastic location".  Read more 

Reviewed April 2016 for a stay in April 2016

"Clean, a good location and very spacious".  Read more

Reviewed April 2015 for a stay in March 2015

5 of 5 stars

"Great base in a great city".  Read more

Reviewed February 2015 for a stay in February 2015

"Riad ideally located for a total immersion in the heart of the medina in Fes".  Read more

Reviewed December 2014 for a stay in October 2014

5 of 5 stars

"Beautiful, characterful spacious house in an amazing location at a great price".  Read more

Reviewed August 2014 for a stay in August 2014

5 of 5 stars

"Idependent living at it's best!".  Read more

Reviewed May 2014 for a stay in February 2014

5 of 5 stars

"Absolument magnifique".  Read more

Reviewed April 2014 for a stay in January 2014

5 of 5 stars

"Made trip to Fez perfect".  Read more

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