Best Places to Visit in Morocco
In Morocco, there are immense deserts to pass, exotic cities to roam, and hidden nuggets of history to uncover just in one trip.
Agadir is a major coastal town on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. It is famous for its summer resorts and beautiful beaches as well as exquisite sea food.
Established in 757, the Moroccan ksar is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous for its appearance in the TV series Game of Thrones.
Azrou is a Moroccan town in the south of Fez in Ifrane, which means literally ‘rock’ in the local language, named for the black volcanic outcrop at the center of town.
The largest city of Morocco stands impressively on the coast of the Atlantic. This major city has a huge beautiful port and countless activities and venues to enjoy.
Chefchaouen is a city in the Rif Mountains of northwest Morocco. It’s known for the striking, hillarious blue-washed buildings of its old town.
The Dades Valley is the principal route between the desert and the ancient trading oases of the Tifilalt. The valley itself is made lush and green by the Dades River.
The main square of Marrakech hosts many attractions and an authentic local market. Visit fortune tellers, watch snake charmers, and make deep connections with local life.
Located on the Atlantic Coast, Essaouira is famous for the powerful trade wind blowing onto the protected, calm bay. Very popular among windsurfers!
Fes is a northeastern Moroccan city very often referred to as the country’s cultural capital. It is primarily known for its walled medina.
Marrakesh, a former imperial city in western Morocco, is a home to exquisite mosques, palaces, and gardens. Pottery and jewelry are iconic symbols of the city.
Merzouga is a village in the Sahara Desert in Morocco, on the edge of Erg Chebbi, a 50km long and 5km wide set of sand dunes that reach up to 350m high.
Also known as Bounou, M’hamid is an oasis town isolated from the crowds. Hidden in the palm oases of M’Hamid are seven old and decaying Ksars.
Sprawling over the two hills at the base of Mount Zerhoun, the town is famous for being the site of the tomb of Idris I, the first Islamic ruler of Morocco.
The “door of the desert”, Ouarzazate is located just in the north of the Sahara desert. It is mainly inhabited by Berbers who built the famous Kasbahs.
The capital of Morocco, Rabat is the second largest city and lies on the coast of the beautiful Atlantic. The city was awarded second place in “Top Travel Destinations” of 2013.
Zagora is an amazing town in the Draa River valley in the Drâa-Tafilalet region of southeastern Morocco. It is referred as ”the gate to the Sahara”.
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