29th July – 5th August 2021
A relaxing and creative break in the beautiful laid back coastal town of Essaouira.
With its wonderful historic port bustling with fishing boats and fishermen mending nets and laying out their catch for sale to the cries of seagulls and the crash of Atlantic waves against the bastion. It’s lovely medina with quiet sidestreets, artists galleries and studios and even several vegan cafes and it’s fantastic street art. Essaouira is an inspiring place whether you are artistic or not with so much to see and do.
Or you can just spend a bit of time relaxing on the enormous beach or sauntering along it on a camel…
The art workshops on this holiday will be at the hotel on the second and third days and are suitable for both complete beginners and the more experienced. Essaouria is a perfect place to find inspiration and there are many beautiful places available to sketch or paint around the town. Individual tuition with Katherine can also be arranged at any time during the week at no extra cost.
We will stay in the medina just a few minutes walk from both the port and the beach
Price for 7 nights ( two in Marrakech and 5 in Essaouira) £760 (non refundable £200 deposit payable, please see payment details below)
What’s included :
Riad accommodation in Marrakesh on your first and last night
5 nights bed and breakfast in the lovely centrally located Cap Sim hotel in Essaouria, just a few hundred yards from both the port and the medina. Single accommodation available at no extra cost.
Transport to and from Essaouira and airport transfers in Marrakech.
Orientation tour (includes entrance fee to the port ramparts of Essaouria)
2 art workshops with all the guidance and materials necessary to produce a Lino print and a mixed media piece based on your experience of Essaouira during your stay.
Meals other than breakfast
Deposit payment for Essaouira art holiday 2021
please pay your deposit here for the Essaouira holiday, I will contact you with further details immediately, the balance will be due on your arrival in Morocco in July.