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Ancient cities, soaring mountains and undulating deserts cover this mythical land. Morocco holidays enchant your senses with breathtaking diversity and a large dose of famed hospitality.
From sweeping Saharan dunes to exotic bazaars, holidays in Morocco offer excitement for every type of traveller. Follow the intrepid trails of nomadic Berbers and discover ancient trade in magical medinas. The country’s intriguing traditions weave through every experience and you’ll likely develop the national love for mint tea.
Morocco outdoor adventures
Hike to the peaks of the High Atlas, go camel trekking in the desert and chase waterfalls in the forest. Beach lovers flock to coastal resorts lapped by the Mediterranean and Atlantic seas. Are you a serious thrill-seeker? Try rock climbing in the Todra Gorge and rafting on the Ahansal River. With a Mediterranean climate and plenty of sunny days each year, it’s always a good time to leap into a Moroccan adventure.
Why book Morocco holidays
Top attractions to visit
Koutoubia Mosque, Jardin Majorelle, Palacio de Bahia
Sample the local food
Try the succulent meat slowly cooked in a tagine
Visit Jemaa el-Fnaa - Marrakech's most famous square
Explore the local markets
Explore the vibrant souks with their colourful spices and glittering jewels
Discover the best beaches
We love Essaouira and Agadir beaches
Lush natural wonders
The breathtaking Atlas Mountains are perfect for hiking
Top resorts in Morocco
Palaces, colourful souks and snake charmers rest at the foot of the Atlas Mountains in Marrakech. A myriad of sounds, …From £82 per person
Morocco’s main beach resort is a sunny haven that’s a favourite with families. Holidays in Agadir provide the perfect base …From £104 per person
Essaouira is located on the Atlantic coast of Morocco and is considered to be one of the country’s most pleasant …From £130 per person
Sitting in the shadow of the towering Atlas Mountains, Taroudant holidays will transport visitors to a traditional and captivating destination …From £254 per person
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Top 5 things to do in Morocco
Looking for romance under the stars, fun in the sun or an epic history fix? Holidays to Morocco deliver something for everyone.
- Spend the night in a Bedouin camp to sleep under the starry skies of the Sahara Desert. The iconic Erg Chebbi dunes host your adventure, which can also include a camel trek or 4x4 safari. Don’t miss the dazzling sunrise and sunset across the sea of sand.
- Jemaa el-Fnaa is the colourful hub of the famous Marrakech medina. The market square buzzes with hawker stalls, circus acts and snake charmers. By night, smoke rises from restaurant grills ready to serve up scrumptious street food.
- Beach-hop along rugged coastlines with plenty of water sports action along the way. Surf at Essaouira and Taghazout. For seaside resorts, take your flip-flops to Agadir, Tangier and Tetouan.
- Get your Instagram shot of the colourful dyeing vats at Chouara. The famous site in Fes is thought to be the oldest leather tannery in the world.
- Toubkal National Park is home to Jebel Toubkal, the highest point of the High Atlas mountain range. Hike on a backdrop of crystal-clear streams, rolling hills and dramatic gorges.
Discover Morocco’s imperial cities
The imperial cities are Morocco’s four historic capitals and they offer a dazzling array of attractions.
- Established as the capital in the ninth century, Fes is the oldest of the cities. Its ancient walls extend for around 10 miles and much of the population still lives in the atmospheric medina. Hire a guide to explore the maze of narrow lanes.
- Morocco’s current capital blends modern, palm-lined boulevards with historic landmarks. Visit Rabat’s central beach, the walled medina and the Kasbah of the Udayas.
- A city break in Meknes is a treat for history buffs, with mosques, palaces, dungeons and Moorish architecture to enjoy. Pose for a photo with the medina gates and visit the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail.
- Founded in 1062, Marrakech is the poster child for Morocco tourism. History rests alongside lavish Marrakech hotels, vibrant souks and an exotic dining scene.
- If you’d like to visit all four imperial cities in one holiday, Morocco’s train network is comfortable, efficient and budget-friendly.
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There’s no bad time to visit Morocco. The shoulder seasons from April to May and September to October offer pleasant weather and fewer tourists than the peak summer or winter seasons.
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