So close, but so far away, a trip to Morocco is a time trip you’ll notice walking the streets of the Medine, spending a night under the stars in the desert or getting lost in the fishing villages on the Atlantic coast.
What remains most impressed of a trip to Morocco is the infinite variety of colors to which are pleasantly linked our memories: the white of the riads, the blue of the walls of Chefchaouen and the doors of Essaouira, the ocher of the kasbahs, the green of the mountains of Rif, the beige of the desert, the red of the Atlas, the orange of the spices, the indigo of the turbans of the "blue men" of the Sahara and the cobalt blue of the sky.
Unforgettable fiery red sunsets, aromas of oriental spices, desert fortifications of red earth, snowy peaks and secular forests: this is Morocco, a country that bewitches you, that bewitches you, that pampers you, that enters your blood and does not let you go.
Called The "Red City", Marrakech is a city that will awaken your senses. With bright colors, sounds and smells, the Medina contrasts with the calm of the city gardens and the unreal silence of the Riads. At the foot of the snow-capped mountains of the Atlas you discover one of the most representative treasures of Morocco: Marrakech is the perfect destination to combine culture, relaxation and adventure.
You are in the nerve center of Morocco, the place to discover the exuberant history that you can breathe in its streets. From endless markets full of colors, ceramics and animated conversations to Jemaa el Fna, one of the most popular squares in Africa, where fortune tellers, puppeteers, musicians, dancers and snake charmers compete for attention: this is the "red city". Named in this way for its colors similar to those of the sands of the Marrakech makes you fall in love from the first moment.
Relax in one of the many traditional hammams or try a round of golf at one of the city’s golf courses.
Ready for Marrakech? The imperial city is waiting for you.
Famous seaside resort, Agadir offers visitors a wonderful stretch of ocean beach with all the comforts of a modern Moroccan city. Quality hotels, shopping shops and a variety of restaurants make Agadir one of Europe’s favourite holiday destinations. The long-awaited rest begins here, in a dream destination.
Visiting Agadir is synonymous with relaxation and good weather. With its 300 days of sunshine, every year it becomes the holiday city par excellence of Morocco. The modernity of the old town and the idyllic beaches of Agadir will fascinate you from the beginning. The charm of the coast, with the splendid Iggin Idist, blends with the stretches of the desert in a landscape mix worthy of the most beautiful postcards.
Perhaps this is one of the reasons why this wonderful treasure called Agadir welcomes travelers on any date in the calendar.
Called "the bride of the Atlantic" because its whitewashed houses, perched on the sea seem to embrace the waves of the ocean, the city of Essaouira retains the intriguing charm of a port suspended in time. Located along the Atlantic coast of Morocco, Essaouira, originally called 'Mogador' (small fortress), preserves within it one of the most sensational medinas of the country, perched directly on the sea and currently declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Founded in the 7th century B.C. and characterized by Portuguese, French and Berber architecture that frames the mazes of alleys, Essaouira is currently a charming small fishing town on the Atlantic Ocean. Nearby, couples and families populate the beaches of Cape Sim and Sidi Kaouki, which are also a magnet for surfers of all kinds.
|Visa requirements||No visa is required for stays of less than 90 days. On arrival in Morocco with the Passport, which must have a residual validity of at least 6 months, a stamp will be affixed. Please obtain up-to-date information from your Headquarters and from the Embassies or Consulates of Morocco in your country. It’s the traveler’s responsibility to carefully check the regularity of their documents.|
|Languages spoken||Arabic, but everyone also speaks French. Many European languages are commonly understood and spoken.|
|Currency used||Moroccan Dirham: 1 € is worth about 10,00 Dirham.|
|Area (km2)||446.550 km²|
|Country name||Kingdom of Morocco|
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