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The best Morocco Destinations...

Marrakesh - The Red Town:

Sunny, warm and welcoming, Marrakech charms by the beauty of the landscapes, the diversity of the cultural heritage, and the friendly local. Holidays in Marrakech, it’s a discover of both the Moroccan cultural treasures, breathtaking landscapes of the Atlas chain and the guarantee of a pleasant stay in one of the most open city in the world. 

Rabat, The Capital of Morocco:

Is the capital and the second largest city of the Kingdom of Morocco. Situated in north-western Morocco, the region of Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer. The city is located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg. Rabat is a home to all the Moroccan ministries, the Parliament, the Mohammed V University and some beautiful monuments. The presence of all foreign embassies in Morocco makes Rabat to be one of the most important cities in the country. Rabat is famous for its many historical monuments, luxurious carpets and rich embroidered goods. 

Fes, Impressive Medina:

Founded in the 9th century and home to the oldest university in the world; The urban fabric and the principal monuments in the medina is madrasas, fondouks, palaces, residences, mosques and fountains. One of the most interesting sites in Fez is the Leather Souq and the oldest leather tannery in the world. The tannery dates back at least nine centuries. When approaching the tannery the smell is the first suggestion that something different is about to appear… The stench is worth braving as the view over the balcony allows those watching to see a site that has not changed since the 11th century! Fez has retained its status as the country's cultural and spiritual centre. 

Agadir, the other Moroccan escapade: 

So much of sunshine has made Agadir, Morocco, the country's number one tourist destination. The pristine beaches and the sun is the perfect combination for every tourist from colder countries across the globe. Agadir is considered the regional capital of Morocco and lies to the south of the Atlas Mountains. It is the shortened version of the Berber word “Agadir n Irir” which means, the fortified granary. The beaches are serene and favorable for water sports. 

Ouarzazate, Mixture seizing with oasis, with kasbahs and with prosperous valleys… 

Ouarzazate is a well-connected city in Morocco that is perfectly designed for tourism, with a large number of hotels and Riads. The city of Ouarzazate lies in the southern part of Morocco. It derives its name from a Berber phrase meaning “without noise” or “without confusion”. It is often the favorite stop for the tourists on their way to the Sahara Desert. Many people are amazed by the marvelous and spiritual moments of the life in this city before moving ahead to virgin Sahara. Another reason for its popularity is the huge movie studios that are present here... 

Dakhla, Des white dunes: 

Dakhla in the southern region of Morocco is one of country’s most attractive tourist destinations. The peninsula, which stretches into the Atlantic Ocean, offers ideal conditions for surfers and beach lovers. With water at 25 ° throughout the year, Dakhla is a must destination and a haven for any surfer and water sports enthusiasts. Surfing is one of the challenging sports that demand skills and physical efforts. 

Chefchaouen, the small beautiful blue: 

Chefchaouen is known to be one of the most peaceful and safest places in Morocco. Nestled in the Rif Mountains the city attracts all types of travelers. Chefchaouen is a gorgeous city in northeastern Morocco. It was founded by the Moorish exiles from Spain in 1492. It is a relaxed city with affordable accommodation. The finest part would be the look of the city with most of the buildings painted brilliant sky blue. The clear mountain light that falls on the city gives it a magical touch. The humble town and the picturesque medina with a splendid backdrop of the Rif Mountains make it truly stunning.