Casablanca Holidays

If you're seeking a stunning and historic destination offering a blend of gorgeous coastlines, stunning architecture, and rich cultural history, Casablanca will astound you. As Morocco's largest city, it serves as the country's vibrant economic and business hub, beckoning travellers with its high-spirited ambience and timeless allure.

From its enticing Atlantic coastline to its elaborate architectural treasures and sprightly shopping districts, your holiday in Casablanca will be filled with mesmerising experiences that extend far beyond your expectations.

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Things to See and Do

The magnetic charm of Casablanca is amplified by its diverse attractions that encompass ample historic, cultural, and architectural marvels. From pious shrines that touch the sky to lush parks and pulsating shopping centres, Casablanca has something spellbinding for every wanderlust soul. Allow us to guide you through some of the city's most captivating sights.

Uncover the beauty of Hassan II Mosque

As the largest functioning mosque in Africa, The Hassan II Mosque is a magnificent construction that exemplifies religious devotion and striking artistry. Marrying traditional Moroccan design with modern technology, it is a site of awe-inspiring beauty and spiritual peace.

Marvel at The Mahkama of the Pacha

This former court of the Muslim Pasha offers grandeur with its exquisite Moroccan architecture. A guided tour here unveils the charismatic charm of the Hispano-Moorish culture through its splendid craftsmanship.

Visit the Royal Palace

The Royal Palace of Casablanca, an emblem of royal grandeur and architectural finesse, is a testament to the city's regal past. Its combined Arab-Muslim design with a modern touch, and captivating Mediterranean-style gardens will leave you spellbound.

Indulge in retail therapy at the Twin Center

The Twin Center, Casablanca's chief shopping centre and one of its most identifiable landmarks, offers a range of luxurious shopping and dining experiences. Here, you can shop till you drop and savour delightful cuisines amid the hustle and bustle of city life.

Discover the Church of the Sacred Heart

An archetypal example of Mauresque architecture, the Church of the Sacred Heart serves as a cultural centre while offering tranquillity amid the city’s bustle. Its elegant construction and peaceful premises attract tourists and locals alike.

Food and Drink

When it comes to food and drink, Casablanca will surprise you with its medley of gourmet experiences. The city allows you to explore Morocco's culinary traditions through diverse dishes and beverages. Let's discover some of the must-tries that the city has to offer.

Try the Harira

Harira is an authentic Moroccan soup seasoned with traditional spices, lentils, chickpeas, and often lamb. Savoured with a side of bread, it is a delicious feast, best enjoyed at one of Casablanca’s vibrant local eateries.

Relish Couscous

A trip to Morocco isn't complete without tasting its national dish – couscous. Prepared with steamed semolina served with vegetables, or sometimes lamb, couscous in Casablanca is an explosion of flavours that your taste buds will relish.

Sample B’stilla

This traditional Moroccan dish, B’stilla, showcases intricate flavours of saffron, almond, and cinnamon combined with pigeon meat, encased in light, flaky pastry. A bite of this delightful savoury pastry will leave you craving for more.

Sip the Moroccan Mint Tea

Dubbed as the "Moroccan whiskey," this mint tea is incredibly refreshing. Served in dazzling tea pots, this sweet beverage is a perfect ending to an evening meal, or an ideal partner for afternoon chatter.

Taste the Moroccan Tagine

Moroccan Tagine, named after the earthenware pot it is cooked in, is filled with succulent meat and aromatic vegetables, slow-cooked to perfection. Sample this wholesome dish at one of the traditional restaurants in Casablanca for an unforgettable gastronomic adventure.

Destination Essentials

Casablanca’s moderate climate combined with its bustling events schedule means any season has its allure. However, the months of March to May (spring) and April to July offer ideal weather for outdoor explorations and beach lounging.

August, July, and September may be warmer but are offset with vivacious festive events and open-air exhibitions. However, if you prefer a less crowded experience, September is the least expensive month to visit this Atlantean city. So, pack your bags and prepare to discover an expanse of treasures that Casablanca offers.


With its prime location on the Atlantic coast, Casablanca boasts some enchanting beaches perfect for those who yearn for sun, sand, and surf. Let’s explore some of the city’s most inviting coastal havens.

Relax on Plage Aïn Diab

A mere stone's throw from central Casablanca, Plage Ain Diab is notable for its golden sand and inviting turquoise water. With easily available amenities and enticing activities like beach volleyball and surfing, it's a great spot to unwind.

Visit Public Plage

This beach offers an engaging panorama of the Atlantic with its inviting aquamarine hues and warm golden sand. Located closer to the city centre, Public Plage is a perfect destination for a quick escape from the city's hustle.

Bask at Shaty Alsydt Shwal

Located in the Casablanca-Settat region of Morocco, this easily accessible beach boasts pristine waters and golden sand. Shaty Alsydt Shwal, with its relaxed vibe, can be your tranquil haven away from the city's buzz.

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