Hotels and alternatives
Two small and basic hotels. Friendly but without any form of luxury. There is also a campsite for those who feel that even a cheap hotel room is too expensive, or who just want to get in good contact with Moroccan families on holidays.
Restaurants and alternatives
Restaurants in the hotels, about as advanced as the hotel amenities.
Nothing organized, but in summer people stay up late, talk in the coffee shops or sit down in groups on the beach.
As of last check, no banks for exchange money. Do this in either Chefchaouen or Tetouan.
This is the drawback, there is little in form of public transportation going out this way. There are some grand taxis, but this involves some waiting. Going out to Oued Laou it is easier to hire a cab, but this can be a little bit expensive, as many cab drivers will argue that you have to pay for the return of the cab, as there will be no customers to pick up in town. Getting out of Oued Laou is not so hard, then you will be one of the crowd and most people will tell you if someone else is leaving with a grand taxi and when.