The hotel's surroundings and the rough road leading to it are not very attractive, but on entering the lobby you will soon forget that. All around you on the 148-acre site is dense, soothing vegetation. The Amara Club Marine is a green village. Green because of the trees that abound, green because of the colour of the single-storey residences scattered here and there. Small paths lined with flowerbeds lead you through this maze of vegetation. It is a real pleasure to wander around and suddenly come across a small fountain or a giant chess board. The fitness room and, on the ground floor, the spa, are well equipped and, of course, look out over the gardens.
Your children will love the mini-club, whose little amphitheatre, painted like a multicoloured piano keyboard, holds disco evenings for the younger guests. There are also painting and decoration workshops open to all. It is, however, a shame that some of the residences are far from the communal areas such as the swimming pool, restaurants and the beach.