Plage-Blanche is different to anywhere else in Morocco. A vast (forty kilometre) swathe of white sand with very few signs of human habitation, it exists at the heart of an ecological park. Around 200 miles south of Agadir, the journey to Plage Blanche is an adventure in itself – you travel by car, motorbike or 4X4 on a coast road that winds through giant Saharan sand dunes, along towering clifftops, past ancient kasbahs and by lush oases. When you reach Plage-Blanche you’re rewarded with a tranquil beach, amazing sea views and a profound sense of isolation, as the only other signs of human life will probably by the odd fisherman’s hut. It’s a real escape where the peace is only broken by the sound of the waves on the shore and the occasional flamingo flying overhead.