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Agadir

Informations about Agadir Agadir is the third most visited city in Morocco. With an amazing beach where you can swim and body surf or just lay in a hammock and relax. The weather in Agadir, Morocco is spectacular, ranging from high 60’s to low 80’s year round and the water is always warm due to the bay that shields it from cooler waters. There you’ll find warm sand and sunshine, and even after the sun goes down, Agadir boasts the best sunsets. If you’re looking for nightlife, you’ve come to the right place!  There are many discotecas, cabarets, ...

Ait Ben Haddou

Information about Ait Ben haddou Visiting Ait Ben Haddou is like jumping back in time. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, the city has presented itself as the perfect place for films such as The Mummy , Gladiator, Jewel of the Nile , Jesus of Nazareth , Lawrence of Arabia, and many more!Looking at Ait Ben Haddou, you'd really think that you were in a movie! With its Berber architecture and markets, you can wander the city for days and still want to see more of it. Picture the sunrise crowning over cliff one-hundred meters high in the region ...

Asilah

Informations about Asilah Asilah, pearl of the Atlantic Ocean, a quiet seaside resort town within Portuguese walls that once enclosed it. City of poets and painters, birthplace of Raissuli. Touched by the sea, Asilah is like an water color painting at sunset, where people get together to end the day by watching the sunset from a fort tower along the coast. Enjoy the beauty of this small fishing village on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, famous for its many beaches. Taste the exquisite local food made from the finest and freshest seafood. Shop an ...

Casablanca

 Information about Casablanca                     Casablanca is the economic and financial capital of Morocco and is the largest city in the country with more than five million people. On the east coast of Morocco and bathed by the Atlantic ocean, Casablanca is gorgeous and magical city on the sea.                     Dar el Beida is the name that Casablanca was given in the eighteenth century when Sultan Mohamed Ben Abbey first founded the city. The mosque, school, and hammam, otherwise known as a bathhouse, were the first buildings in the city ...

Chefchaouen

Información sobre Chefchaouen Chefchaouen finally appears after driving around a curve. Flanked by two horns, the city is nestled in a valley surrounded by the high Rif Mountains. You can still see its medieval roots, the appearance of its Andalusian people, and its holy past. In Chefchaouen, you’ll see blue. No, really! The city is almost entirely painted in a blue palette of all hues, blurring its horizon with the sky. And in the Uta al-Hammam square, you’ll the aroma of mint in the breeze and feel transported back in time to a historical fai ...

El Jadida

Information about El Jadida El Jadida was originally a Portuguese town called Mazagan. It resisted the dangers of pirates in the area at great effort and secured the Portuguese Crown to serve boaters who took the Ruta Del Cabo. The rebuilding of the fortress was entrusted to the best Italian and Spanish architects in a time of transition from war. This time justifies the slope of the walls, which repelled the impact of firearms, as well as laying culverins, cannons and other devices. El Jadida is also famous for its fishing port where boats ar ...

Erfoud

Information about Erfoud Over 20 miles of the rivers Ziz and Rehren, bringing water from the High Atlas down to the valley, resulting in immense palm trees growing everywhere in the south of Morocco, this region is also known as Tafilalet or "Mesopotamia Maghreb." Erfoud is located at the foot of the hill of the same name, the Jbel Erfoud, and is one of the most important oases is in North Africa. The old Sijilmassa, the former capital of Tafilalet, had more than 100,000 inhabitants and over 600 forts. It was enriched over the centuries by th ...

Essaouira

Informtion about Essaouira A while ago, when the Phoenician ships, Carthaginians, Romans or Portuguese saled a lot on the coasts of Morocco, on the bay of Essaouira, they were attracted bt the port, as much as they could resist. In the port of Essaouira a marine could find everything that he needed: cloth, salt, spices, sugar, cereals, gun powder...  Essaouira is a fortified city with a mixed architectural style, with an ocean that converts it prefered city of Morocco to do windsurf or kite surf and spearfishing. Calm small bays, sun is shinin ...

Fez

Information about Fez Fez is a historic city, has labyrinths of legends, mosaic of handycraft, indigo sky and pink afternoon , floating in the air, singing notes of Moheic, and will be calling you from one of the 100 mosques of prayer. Not many cities in the world have that medieval character like Fez does. Visiting Fez equals to time travelling, it is opening a door to a story of pass. Fez is still being one of the imperial cities, being correct the first one. It was founded in IX century and symbol of this capital is the marvelous Real palac ...

Ifrane

Information about Ifrance Wanting more contrasts? Lets go for a walk through the dorsal thorn of Atlas, from Fez, or a detour in Azrou- this would be the best route to enjoy- lets go up to Ifrane, leave the gas smell behind and take to lamb rout to get up to Ifrane. Ifrane is the reflect of the center Europe and Alpi- in the topic margins- enclosed with the Reino of Morocco. A arquitectonic style of high mountain- steep waters of Austian court, your own areas with snow, lakes, calm forests for a walk- a landscape of high African mountain, with ...

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