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Algiers and its outskirts are in sad decline but La Madrague offered clean vistas and a better standard of living inaccessible to the majority. The restaurants in the area were excellent and there were secret bottle shops hidden under the dark cover of night known...More
Just dropped by during a business visit to a nearby company. Very wide parking area in harbour, many restaurants but most of them were closed during early afternoon. Evenings are said to be livelier. Public beach slightly dirty and very small. Did not try swimming...More
I went with my friends on a weekday around 7pm just before the sunset, had a walk on the sea air breeze, it could be sometimes durty or no much things to do except that we aet at a restaurant named: Cavern D'or it was...More
Sadly there was lots of litter on the beach and in the marina water etc. Lots of dodgy characters hanging about. One or two run-down & empty looking restaurants. Been staying in nearby Ain Benian and have not been back my first visit.
We went to La Madrague one day before the Aid al-Adha holiday weekend after having been there a week earlier for dinner. Since we had arrived in the dark during our previous visit, I was dying to go back and see the town during the...More
The marina is a typical Mediterranean fishermen village, however not much attention is given to it. Nice location and scenery but needs to be looked after and maintained. It has some OK seafood restaurants, so if you live in Algiers you could spend a week...More