What To Read: Our 3 books suggestions

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While you probably wish you were outside walking, enjoying the spring weather but sadly you’re stuck at home… We wish we were on our terrace making you discover the new flavors of our menu at Cafe des Epices. But no worries, we got you covered for a little while. We thought of 5 books that will transport you to Morocco. Pick a book and start your travel…


Living in Morocco

This book will certainly make you escape into dreamy Moroccan homes. Two photographers, Barbara & René Stoeltie, present a series of beautiful photographs portraying traditional homes. From typical Moroccan tiles to beautiful gardens, the photos demonstrate the particularities of Moroccan home decor. The photographers worked with many renowned magazines like Vogue, Elle & The World of Interiors, so they know a thing or two about beautiful interiors. After browsing this book, you might feel an urge to visit Morocco…


Tangier: From the Romans to the Rolling Stones

Every city has its story, Tangier is no exception. The city of Tangier has been a favorite destination for many renowned writers, artists & musicians… but why? Richard Hamilton, a former BBC North Africa correspondent, explores the city to understand why this city attracts and intricate people. He takes you with him to discover Tangier from the Romans through the Rolling Stones while he tells about the myths and legends of the city.


A Moroccan Passion by Pierre Bergé

Handwritten by Pierre Bergé, this book tells the life he had with Yves Saint Laurent in Morocco. He shares with us like he was writing in his precious journal, souvenirs in Marrakesh, his first house and their adventures in the country. Pierre also tells about his many friends, such as Loulou de La Falaise, Fernando Sánchez, Andy Warhol, who also chose decided to move to Morocco. Through the pages, the author shares photographs he took to describe more about what his life looked like. This book proposes a very intimate encounter with Pierre Bergé.