City of Morocco

Agadir It is considered the most popular seaside resort in Morocco. Located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in the western part of the country. Sometimes you can hear its poetic name "the city of white sand ". Agadir has a very wide coast with a length of ten kilometers, light sand, a gentle slope in the water. The beach is located in a shallow bay which protects from big waves, so it is nice to relax here with young children. Not far from the central beach is Tagazut beach, ideal for surfing. 5 days dsert tour from Fes to Marrakech. The city has a well-developed tourist infrastructure: around 40 hotels, including small local hotels and European hotel chains, restaurants, bars, clubs and several casinos.In Agadir, you can go hiking in the historical places of the country, stroll on the eastern Arab market. Casablanca The second most popular seaside resort in Morocco.It is located on the west coast of the country by the Atlantic Ocean, 90 km from the state capital Rabat.Casablanca combines the title of resort seaside resort with the economic center of the country. In the city center, European economic life is in full swing, there are many skyscrapers and the streets full of cars. 3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga Casablanca is home to the country's largest international airport named after Mohammed V. Here, as in many ancient Arab towns, there is an old part of the Medina with narrow streets and old houses.The tourist part of town will allow you to enjoy the sun, sand and ocean waves. In the area of the Corniche embankment, there is the necessary tourist infrastructure with bars, cafes, nightclubs. There are also hammams, spas and thalassotherapy centers. Casablanca has the largest mosque in Morocco, Hassan II, with a capacity of 25,000 people. Marrakech Marrakech does not have direct access to the sea, so people do not come here for a seaside holiday. Marrakech is located at the foot of the Atlas Mountains; during the autumn-winter period, the ski season opens here. People go to Marrakech mainly for active sporting activities: long walks in mountainous terrain, trekking, jeep rides in the mountains. Small two-story hotels in traditional Moroccan style are popular in Marrakech.Some tourists staying in Marrakech head to Agadir or Casablanca to relax for a day or two at sea. These resorts are around 34 hours drive from Marrakech. Tangier It is located in the north of the country, bordered by the Strait of Gibraltar. Tangier combines European and Arab cultures, as Spain is almost a stone's throw from the Strait by ferry. Tangier has a large international airport which connects the city with other countries of the world. Merzouga desert camp There is a diving center, a golf club and a surf school. Tangier has an urban central beach where most locals rest, tourists generally prefer a quieter, well-maintained strip of beach located to the west of the city beach. Fes Fez is 4 hours from the sea and is not a seaside resort.This city is considered the religious and cultural capital of Morocco. Fez is the largest center of Islamic religion and education in the northern part of the African continent. The city is under the protection of UNESCO. Here is the oldest ElKaraouin mosque, which can accommodate up to 20 thousand people, small mosques, minarets, ancient palaces. There are two medinas in the city: an old one (over 1000 years old) and a new one (around 700 years old). The old medina is one of the largest pedestrian areas in the world in terms of area.It is forbidden to travel in the city by car, you can only get around by bicycle, horse and donkey cart. Fez is home to leather craft workshops and the local markets offer a wide variety of inexpensive genuine leather items. Rabat Rabat is the capital of Morocco, located on the Atlantic coast northeast of Casablanca. The city is planted with shrubs and trees, so it is constantly surrounded by greenery. In Rabat, in addition to the modern part of the city, it is a historic center with old houses, shops and cafes. Essaouira Located north of Agadir on the Atlantic coast. It is the Moroccan center of surfing. Competitions for amateurs and professionals are organized there every year.In the tourist area of Essaouira, there are constantly strong winds and waves at all times of the year, which allows you to sail almost all year round without interruption. A special area is reserved for surfers so that they do not interfere with anyone and so that no one gets in the way. For ordinary tourists, the city has a large beach 6 km long. The town has a windsurfing school and several surf schools where you can rent equipment or take lessons. Essaouira has a unique antique market where slaves were sold in Antiquity. Excursions to this market are organized. Also in the city, you can visit the Sidi Mohammed bin Abdallah museum.In Essaouira, it is preferable to stay in small private family hotels, built