Featuring a delicate blend of culture, amenities and of course glorious weather, Morocco is a perfect holiday destination for those who want to mix the splendour of golden beaches with activities and days out which will please everyone. The sights and smells of Morocco will have you enchanted with sumptuous souks assailing your nostrils with the smell of herbs and spices, simply stunning architecture with its own history and delectable morsels of food which will have your taste buds tingling, a holiday in Morocco really will give you a taste of a far more exotic lifestyle.
If you want your exotic holiday to feature traditional activities then the resort of Agadir is probably for you. Boasting fine golden sands for you to sink into, your days can be spent lazing on the beach, shutting out the rest of the world and recharging your depleted batteries. Agadir also offers a fine selection of bars which are happy to welcome you and provide you with a refreshing drink which you’ll need having spent your day in the glorious sunshine, restaurants with traditional Moroccan cuisine including spicy lamb tagines and cooling mint and yoghurt dips for those with sensitive palettes. In the evening you can get all dressed up and show off that new found tan in the clubs, dancing the night away with friends and family.
If you want to experience more of Morocco and like to be kept busy during your holiday then you might prefer the hustling and bustling city of Marrakech which really does provide all the Eastern intrigue you’d expect. First on your list has to be the busy souks where the vibrant colours, intricately woven carpets and glorious scents will have you not knowing where to look, though when something does catch your fancy you can haggle to your heart’s content and pick yourself up a little piece of Marrakech to take home with you.
Once you’ve filled your suitcase and exhausted your credit card there is plenty of sightseeing to do in Marrakech which boasts a rich history displayed in its architecture, arts and museums, perfect ways to find out more about your chosen holiday destination. In the evenings you will be spoilt for choice where food is concerned and we really hope you’ll immerse yourself in some traditional Moroccan cuisine but you may find it hard to concentrate on your plate when the beautiful belly dancers give their nightly performance.
Whether you want to flop on the beach, shop till you drop, find an adventure, or hike into the mountains, holidays in Morocco have something for everyone...
Shopping: The souks in Marrakech or Fez are the place to barter for rugs, lanterns, spices and other souvenirs - just make sure you save space for them in your suitcase.
Kids & teens: Youngsters will love the sights, sounds and smells of the medina in Fez.
Relaxing: The sandy beaches of Agadir are perfect for soaking up the sun and letting the breeze carry your cares away.
Grown-up families: Teens will be begging to hit the surf when they spy the big waves at Essaouira.
Romance: Loved-up couples should visit the Valley of the Roses for a beautifully scented day trip among the vines.
Active types: Jebel Toubkal, standing at a touch over 4,000 metres, is North Africa's highest peak. Bring your hiking gear and earn the magnificent views from the top.
Nightlife: Make like Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in the classic movie 'Casablanca' and order drinks at Rick's Bar in the city of the same name.