Fairly windy with a cluster of campervans parked up nearby. Spectacular views over the cliffs and sea and pretty beach to walk along with snails with shiny pink points to their shells in the rock pools.
The most 'other worldly' location, in between a couple of large white tree topped dunes at the edge of chott which we had to drive over with extreme caution. Quite sheltered. Hexagons of salt like the ones you see in the Atacama Desert, green and orange sand and stripes of chalk.
Great place to park if you want to kite/windsurf or fish on/in the lagoon. Parking and water for free, and a hole is dedicated for emptying the cassettes. No other facilities so far, can change throughout time. Else than that, don't expect a taste of Morocco there. People coming from France and Germany staying there 5 or 6 months, think they rule the place. They even managed to disgusting people from Dakhla to come here and sell bread or whatever. To go shopping, you need to drive the 25kms to Dakhla. Luckily the atmosphere between riders is far much better. Also be careful of the policemen in front of the parking, expecting the first mistake to take 300 dirhams away from you.
Toilets at the Restaurant available.
Adjacent to the petrol station in town. Big clean rooms with tiled floors. We negotiated a marital room with ensuite for 2 people (and 2 dogs) for 150 MAD. Optional extras for meals. Cafe and shop downstairs. Bank with ATM a short walk. We parked our motorbikes in a secure courtyard. Fast wifi and constant electricity.