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Saidia is located in the northeast of Morocco, overlooking the Mediterranean sea, its vast beach (14km) is one of the longest in the country. It is characterized by its golden sand, and the blue color water (known to locals as the blue pearl of Morocco).
Tangier is one of the fastest growing cities in Morocco. It has gone under major urban and economic development in recent years. Home to the biggest port in Africa. Tangier has become an important commercial and tourism hub connecting Europe to Morocco and Africa.
While traveling to a particular country, it is imperative for you to be aware of the type of food and cuisine on offer. Moroccan dishes have a nice mixture of Arabic, Berber, and Mediterranean inspiration. Following are the dishes you will probably encounter while visiting Morocco...
Not far from Tangier, Tetouan is strategically located in the north of Morocco, and holds one of the two major ports in the Mediterranean sea. Many of the Moors who used to live in Spain, settled in Tetouan during “La Reconquista” period...
Al Hосеіmа іѕ one оf the most visited cities in northern Morocco, located in the northern end of the Rif mountain overlooking the Mediterranean sea, Al Hoceima is a strategic port town with many attractions to see and explore. Its location enables it to be an important commercial hub as well as a tourist destination...
If you’re eager to visit the city, but can’t afford to splurge on a 5-star riad, hostels in Tangier are your perfect alternative. For adventurers seeking more basic accommodation, there is a range of hostels available in Tangier, which are guaranteed to be kinder on your wallet!