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Chefchaouen, The blue shaded mountain town
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Discover remote towns and lakes as you navigate through the vast atlas mountains
When you plan a trip to Morocco, then Marrakech is your ultimate destination to visit and explore. You can be rest assured of unforgettable experience of the epical and magical city, known as the imperial city.
From amazing shopping experiences with the ability to purchase handmade goods from local craftsmen to sunshine, incredible cuisine and more, the historical city of Marrakech has something to offer everyone.
Chefchaouen or Chaouen is a spectacular mountain village, known for its blue shaded homes and buildings, it presents a quite incredible site while maintaining a low key charm; Thus, it is an ideal opportunity for those who want to get away from the congested cities towns...
Located on the north coast of Morocco, the rustic scenes and deserted beaches of Asilah offer a tranquil alternative to the hustle and bustle of nearby Tangier, and other big cities. This fortified town offers much in the way of picturesque beauty, with whitewashed buildings and a quaint harbour...
When you picture a street scene in Marrakech, Morocco, you can’t help but conjure up images of beautiful red buildings, amongst the labyrinthine streets. With their elaborate turrets, water features and centre courtyards, the Riads of Marrakech are intertwined with the history of the city.
If you are looking for an affordable travel destination which is also full of fun and sun, Agadir, on the southwest coast of Morocco, could be the ideal place.
Agadir is famous with holidaymakers for its beautiful beaches. Classic postcard scenes abound, with romantic cafes and friendly local vendors and water sports.
If you’re looking for the top seaside resort in Morocco, look no further than the magical town of Essaouria. Filled with Atlantic charm and a beautiful wide, sandy beach, this western city has been the inspiration for songs (Jimi Hendrix’s “Castles in the Sand”)...
Founded in the ninth century, although the cultural town of Fez is no longer the capital of the nation, Fez is still considered the capital of traditional Moroccan culture. This amazing city offers a wide variety of experiences for travelers to enjoy...
Fez is an imperial city, and one of the oldest city in Morocco, it consists of two main urban sections: Fes albali (old medina), and Fes jdid (modern city). There are many attractions to see and visit in Fes, you can start your trip by visiting the old Medina and get to know the city’s rich culture and history.