Morocco Holidays

From the bustling souks of Marrakech to the quiet calm of the Sahara desert, Morocco offers a vibrant encounter with both history and nature. A country of contrasts, it will enthrall the adventure lover, soothe the history buff, and fascinate the cultural explorer.

Enveloped in the mystery of ancient medinas, enhanced by the grandeur of towering mountain ranges and adorned with serene beaches, Morocco caters effortlessly to all kinds of travellers— be it couples, families, or friends. Whether it's the allure of an all-inclusive holiday you seek, an off-grid exploration or the simple albeit exquisite pleasure of sun, sea and sand, Morocco beckons you with a wealth of experiences that suit every budget.


From the hustle-bustle of energetic cities, cultural nerve-centres, to serene beachside towns, Morocco's popular holiday destinations offer a diversity of experiences.


A city where tradition and modernity blend seamlessly, Marrakeck boasts iconic landmarks like Jardin Majorelle, Bahia Palace and a maze of souks that will leave you enchanted.


Famous for its striking blue-painted streets, Chefchaouen, nestled in the heart of the Rif Mountains offers a serene getaway from the bustle of larger cities.


One for the history lovers, Fes is famous for the Fes El Bali - a UNESCO World Heritage site that will transport you to the depths of history.


Thanks to the "Casablanca" film, it’s as glamorous as it sounds. Remnants of France’s rule over Morocco can be felt amongst its urban landscape, avant-garde shops, an inviting beachfront, and the magnificent Hassan II Mosque.


Renowned for its golden beaches and year-round sunny climate, Agadir is the perfect haven for travellers seeking relaxation and watersports in a laid-back environment.

Where to Stay

From quiet, hidden gems in the Medinas to upscale resorts along the coastlines, Morocco's stays cater to everyone’s tastes and preferences.

For a family holiday:

Consider Marrakech for its thriving city life, plethora of entertainment options and a culture-rich experience for the family. For a seaside retreat, head for family-friendly resorts in Agadir, where endless beach activities will keep every member of the family captivated.

For a couples holiday:

For the perfect getaway with your other half, consider retreats in Chefchaouen, the blue nulled city or opt for a quiet Riad in Marrakech for a romantic escape. If you fancy a beach holiday, indulge in a couples stay at Taghazout - Morocco’s surfing paradise.

For a holiday with friends:

Whether it is the vibrant nightlife in Casablanca, the historical charm of Fes, or the adventurous joy-ride through the sands of Merzouga, Morocco is bound to offer an unforgettable holiday with your mates.

When to Visit

Arguably, the most pleasant time to visit Morocco falls between April to June and September to October. In these months, the weather remains pleasant enough to let you explore both the mountainous landmarks as well as the sun-kissed beaches.

The peak season from July to September, although slightly overwhelming, hosts various festivals worth visiting. Meanwhile, for those seeking a budget-friendly tour without the hordes of tourists, the November to March period provides a quieter and more cost-effective travel experience.

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