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One of the most cultural countries bordering Europe with a combination of fantastic beaches and rich history, Morocco remains a much loved tourist hotspot. Fabulous sunshine, age old city life and endless white sand beaches all blend to create a unique holiday atmosphere but with a flair. The ability to experience the heart of Moroccan customs and traditions lies wherever you visit in this North African oasis and backed by the Sahara desert means temperatures are ideal for sun worshippers. Morocco holidays combine the perfect beach holiday with a world of discovery offering a real insight into beliefs, lifestyles, ancient designs and long established architecture so common within the fascinating country of Morocco. Dazzling sunsets cast reflections on tranquil seas, an abundance of citrus trees and olive groves line countryside and towns all adding to the holiday ambience.

Morocco holidays are most popular in the summer months between May & September, where temperatures regularly top 30 degrees and a gentle sea breeze offers welcome relief. Although even in the winter months from October to March rain is still a rarity meaning holidays to Morocco are a popular choice all year round.

Morocco holidays are generally centred in either a beach area or a city, or a combination of the two. Agadir is a popular beach choice for many and offers stunning white sand stretching for miles backed by a rugged coast and under the most beautiful sunset. Marrakech is more city orientated and ideal for those who want a holiday steeped in culture. With no Marrakech beach to speak of, this city provides a wealth of shopping experiences and architecture the Moroccan way. Morocco holidays are perfect for beach getaways or city breaks both offering plenty to see and do. Book the perfect holiday to Morocco in 2019 and 2020 today.

Currency: Moroccan Dirham
Language: Arabic
Local Time: GMT+1
Flight time: Approx. 4 Hour flight from the UK

Things to See & Do on Morocco Holidays

For those on beach holidays to Morocco many of the beach side resorts offer their own private part of the beach for total rest and recuperation where as open areas allow you to mingle with the locals, try out a wealth of watersports, go horse-riding on the beach and just generally lap up the atmosphere. Friendly and welcoming, the locals are proud to show you their traditions so evident in the array of hand crafted products and fresh food such as fruit, fresh fish, and vegetables, always accompanied by a bowl of olives and crusty bread. It is recommended you try out the local dishes of meat tagines, lobster and much more. Wander around markets and shops offering leather, pottery and souvenirs, head for a bar or restaurant and watch the delightful evening entertainment of traditional dancing and local music. Morocco holidays just get better the more you experience the local way of life and promise a thoroughly enjoyable time to be had by all.

For those who choose city breaks in Morocco Marrakech is ideal, steeped in culture & offering a wealth of shopping experiences and Moroccan architecture. Wandering through a maze of narrow streets, old town and the largest open air square of the region, you will feel the wave of tradition and local life take over. The hustle and bustle of the Souks, the spectacular Koutoubia Mosque and the spicy colours of interior design all add to the panache that Marrakech provides. Exuberant and glamorous sums this city up pretty well and with a wealth of sightseeing options, you are promised to be entertained. Hiring a bike or moped and visiting the surrounding areas offer a unique view of the city bathed in glorious sunshine. Particular attractions such as the huge open square of Djemma El Fna, the Koutoubia Mosque seen for miles around and the beautiful Menara Gardens are loved by all. With so much to offer in the breathtaking Morocco, exhilarating cities and exiting traditions and menus, what are you waiting for? Check out our array of Morocco holidays now.

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