Morocco Destinations

Agadir

Agadir

 

Informations about Agadir Agadir is the third most visited city in Morocco. With an amazing beach where you can swim and body surf or just lay in a hammock and relax.   TRIPS TO  AGADIR The weather in Agadir, Morocco is spectacular, ranging from high 60’s to low 80’s year round and the water is always warm due to the bay that shields it f ...

Ait Ben Haddou

Ait Ben Haddou

 

Know what to see, what to visit and what to do when you are traveling to Ait Ben Haddou As a postcard in time, the fortified city of Ait-Ben Haddou is presented in Morocco. Declared Patrimony of the Humanity in 1987, and that was the perfect stage for films like The Mummy, Gladiator, The Jewel of the Nile, Jesus of Nazareth, Lawrence of A ...

Asilah

Asilah

 

Know what to see, what to visit and what to do when you travel to Asilah Asilah, pearl of the Atlantic, salutes us quietly, imprisoned within the Portuguese walls that one day surrounded her. City of poets and painters, it takes to gala to have been the cradle of Raissuli, hero or villain according to who it evokes it. Scourged by the sea, ...

Boulmane de Dades

Boulmane de Dades

 

The Dades Gorges  Which take the name of the river that digs them, start 27 km north of Boulmane de Dades ,   the administrative capital of the region.  Boulmane de Dades , is located almost 1,600 m.  Of height, in the limit of the High Atlas with the high plateaus that separate it from Jbel Saghro, through which it passes from oued Da ...

Casablanca

Casablanca

 

Know what to see, what to visit and what to do when traveling to Casablanca Casablanca economic and financial capital of Morocco, Casablanca is the most populated city in the country, with more than five million inhabitants. On the eastern coast of Morocco, and bathed by the Atlantic, Casablanca is a city that lives turned over to the sea ...

Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen

 

Know what to see, what to visit and what to do when you are traveling in Chefchaouen Chefchaouen appears at last after a curve. Flanked by two horns (meaning its name), the city is embedded in a valley surrounded by the high mountains of the Rif. Medieval is its layout, the physiognomy of its Andalusian people, and its past saint. In Chao ...

El Jadida

El Jadida

 

El Jadida Holidays El Jadida, which was a Portuguese town called Mazagán, resisted the envy of the pirates of the area at the cost of great efforts and investments of the Portuguese Crown, to serve the navigators that made the Route of the Cape. The rebuilding of the fortress was entrusted to the best Italian and Spanish architects, in ...

Erfoud

Erfoud

 

Information about Erfoud Over 20 miles the rivers Ziz and Rehris, which take their waters of the High Atlas, cross pairs an immense palm grove that is in the south of Morocco, this region is also known as Tafilalet or the "Mesopotamia of the Maghreb". Erfoud lies at the foot of the hill that gives it its name, the Jbel Erfoud, and is one ...

Essaouira

Essaouira

 

Know what to see, what to visit and what to do when you travel to Essaouira A long time ago, when Phoenician, Carthaginian, Roman or Portuguese ships sailed along the Moroccan coast, the bay of Essaouira attracted them to port, so much that they could not resist. In the port of Essaouira you could find everything a good sailor could need: ...

Fez

Fez

 

Know what to see, what to visit and what to do when traveling to Fez      Fez, historic city, melting pot of cultures, labyrinth of legends, mosaic of handicrafts, indigo sky and pink afternoon, and floating in the air, the notes of the Mohecin song, calling from one of its hundreds of mosques to prayer.   Few cities remain in the world t ...