On the north western tip of Africa sits the diverse landscapes of Morocco, with four mountain ranges, lush valleys, a sandy coastline, medieval cities and an enormous stretch of desert has made this stunning destination an exotic location with a whole host of experiences to enjoy. The ability to mix rural adventure with a rich and lively city experience and golden sands makes beach holidays to Morocco and unforgettable experience suitable for all the family.
The extensive stretches of golden sand, crystal clear waters and abundance of water sports on the west coast make the beaches of Morocco some of the best in the world. In particular, Agadir has become recognised as one of the most popular resorts for families and beach lovers.
Moroccans do not view shopping as pastime but as a way of life, where the unique souqs (traditional covered bazaars) and markets throughout the country have become one of its best attractions. Here bartering takes centre stage and visitors should test out their skills at grabbing a bargain.
Nature lovers will enjoy the various trekking opportunities through the High Atlas and Anti Atlas Mountains to explore the magnificent mountain peaks, stunning valleys and quaint Berber villages. Culture enthusiasts should head to the stunning Cities of Fez, Meknes and Rabat to truly soak up the Moroccan culture with the various World Heritage Sights or spend a day exploring the spectacular Ait Benhaddou Kasbah which has been the backdrop for many Hollywood films such as the Mummy.
A visit to Morocco would be incomplete without checking out the ‘Red City’ of Marrakech. This bright and colourful city is jammed packed with jugglers, musicians and acrobats lining the streets, not to mention the famous El Badi Palace and Koutoubia Mosque. The coastal town of Essaouira provides a great opportunity to explore the former lair of some of the high seas’ most feared pirates before challenging yourself to a camel ride.
The Morrocan landscapes provide a whole range of activities to keep even the most hard core adrenaline junkies happy. From the more amateur trekking routes between Tacheddirt and Imlil to the challenging rock climbing opportunities in Todra Gore, quadbiking around Ouarzazate and surfing off the Atlantic Coast. If your feeling adventurous and can withstand the extreme climate then why not go for a camel ride across the stunning dunes in the desert.
The culinary experience in Morocco is definitely one of the country’s best attractions with a vast variety of mouth-watering tastes created by an infusion of all sorts of spices. Most of the traditional dishes are spicy yet blended with a sweet and sour combination and visitors should definitely try the popular speciality dish ‘Pastilla’, or why not tempt yourself to a lentil and chick pea soup known as ‘Harari’.
A great combination of evening entertainment, the nightlife in Morocco has something for everyone. The lively and bustling Capital of Marrakech is filled with trendy bars and vibrant nightclubs or for a more relaxed and peaceful evening, head to Casablanca for trendy cocktail bars and restaurants.
Gorgeous beaches, a fascinating culture, a delicious cuisine and whole range of activities everyone can enjoy it is no wonder families, couples and the younger crowds come back year after year. Beach Holidays to Morocco tick all the boxes and easyJet holidays have some amazing and flexible offers available. Book now your tailor made beach holiday to Morocco with easyJet holidays. Why not take the opportunity to book your hotel and flight together with easyJet holidays and lower the cost of your holiday further. Book now with a company you can trust for your perfect beach holiday to Morocco.