An irresistible mix of traditional and modern, Morocco is a land full of adventure and contemplation. This country has everything that can seduce the senses: activities for escapism, architectural masterpieces, high-end luxury and more.
A veritable cave of dreams made of a thousand-and-one colours, Morocco is one of the three most popular African destinations, along with Egypt and South Africa. Welcoming over 10 million visitors per year, the country of the unforgettable sunsets has everything you need to make your stay a truly memorable moment. Whether it’s a perfect day at one of its beautiful sunny beaches, discovering the Sahara on camelback, or crossing the sumptuous valleys and gorges of Souss-Massa-Drâa, the kingdom will more than satisfy your dreams of adventure.
Located at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech deserves special attention. This city full of wonder will awaken all of your senses with its splendid monuments, lively Jemaa el Fna square and rented riads that will host you with princely comfort. The souks of the Medina, the former Jewish quarter of the Mellah, as well as the shops of Gueliz and Sidi Ghanem remain the most recommended places to visit in order to appreciate the creativity of the talented Moroccan artisans. And then of course Rabat, which can never be ignored. The royal capital is full of places where anyone can find ample opportunity to experience what can only be described as simply idyllic moments. Romantics will revel at the site of the ancient Roman city of Sala Colonia that is found there, magnificently covered with fruit trees. It’s a place that is rightly considered to be the most poetic part of this wonderful city.
If you’re the type of person who believes that a holiday means a date with the seaside, you’ll know that the Moroccan coastline caters for all tastes thanks to its year-round mild climate and incredible natural heritage. The beaches of Temara, located between Casablanca and Rabat, stretch over 15 miles of golden sand that are ideal for sunbathing. And don’t forget the easily-accessible landscapes of the Wadi Massa, located about forty kilometers north of Tiznit, where you’ll find another peaceful beach that features an astonishing village carved into the cliff side, with stairs, houses and terraces. Truly a must see!