Morocco Isn’t just camels and deserts, it’s also home to some of the most gorgeous beaches in the world. Locals appreciate the fact that Morocco’s Atlantic is a coastal gem with landscapes that’ll be embroidered in your memory.
The coastal effect in cities can be seen, and then, seeing spirals into feeling. You’ll love their charming souks and tiny fishing villages that surround the coast.
It would be nobody’s first thought when they hear about ‘visiting the coastal villages’. Unless on one of the many Morocco tours, Moroccans do not get a chance to visit Morocco’s coast. Tourists have an advantage over Moroccans, and we like this fact – it drives them to explore their gorgeous country.
So this goes out to Moroccans and foreigners alike.
Most of these gems remain undiscovered by many. And we’ve compiled a small list of the top 3 hidden coastal towns to visit. You’ll discover ocean destinations and witness captivating sunsets.
Surfers adore these coastal towns as it provides them with opportune waves. If you’re not big on surfing, you may also indulge in some activities such as; horseback riding, a fishing excursion, and birdwatching in the lagoon.
The best Imperial city of morocco
Founded almost a thousand years ago, Marrakech is one of the great cities of Morocco . Somehow this bursting-at-the-seams city exists on the edge of the Sahara Desert, its pink pise (rammed earth) palaces framed by the snow-capped High Atlas. In its seething souks, Europe, Africa and the Middle East mingle and merge, and the past and present are hard to tell apart. But make no mistake, Marrakech isn’t some petrified piece of history. That’s why we invite you to get an amazing experience with Marrakech city tour.