Morocco is an exotic blend of different cultures, colorful and chaotically crowded medinas, meandering trails, awe-inspiring landscapes, iconic monuments and cosmopolitan cities. The following attractions cannot be missed in Morocco.
Erg Chebbi is one of the largest sand dunes in Morocco, made up of wind-blown sands. The camel travels in the sand dunes sweeping the Sahara desert of Morocco, surrounded by complete silence and a pleasant breeze. At night, lie down on the velvety sand and look at the starry sky.
Shaded by the dramatic peaks of the reef mountains, the magnificent city resembles a picturesque painting. Wander the cobbled streets lined with bright blue houses, visit the red-red Kasbah and find your way through the living medina.
High Atlas Mountains
The North African mountain range is called “Mountain Mountain” on site and offers exceptional activities. In summer and autumn, hike the jaw-throwing trails, hunt for Jebel’s jewels and mingle with the Free People.
Built by Portugal in the 18th century, Essaouira is the most sought-after resort town. It is a crescent beach that attracts water sports enthusiasts from all over the world in the hope of world-class surfing, windsurfing and kite surfing. If the coastal part is extremely modern luxury, then the historical heart of the city “medina” exudes old-fashioned charm.
The imperial city is a combination of heritage reserves, green gardens, a tightly packed medina and the scent of lasting warm spices. Visit the many palaces and mosques, buy souvenirs from the souvenirs and take a leisurely stroll to the Jardin Majorelle. Learn more about travel financial advice