Travel to Morocco and experience long beaches, lively markets, excellent restaurants, and a culture influenced by Africa, Arabia, and France. In Morocco, the old and the modern coexist side by side. On one hand, you'll find modern resorts with luxurious hotels, trendy shops, relaxed lounges, and top-notch restaurants. On the other hand, there are enchanting cities with narrow alleys, belly dancers, snake charmers, and vast bazaar areas. During your vacation in Morocco, you'll discover that your budget goes further here. Prices for food and shopping are often more favorable compared to many other travel destinations.
There is a wide range of activities to choose from in Morocco. The coastal city of Agadir is particularly popular among golf enthusiasts due to its pleasant climate and well-maintained golf courses. If you're interested in surfing, you can do so in Agadir or, even better, in Taghazout, where surfers from around the world gather. In Taghazout, water sports take center stage, and besides surfing, you can try windsurfing, water skiing, or jet skiing. For an authentic Moroccan experience, a trip to Marrakech is recommended, where you can explore the markets and witness storytellers, snake charmers, and fortune tellers at Jemaa el Fna square.
With our combination trips, you can explore two or all three of these destinations during your trip to Morocco. Since you'll be traveling on scheduled flights, you have the freedom to choose your travel dates and how long you want to stay. For example, you can start with a few days in Marrakech and then end your vacation on the coast, enjoying sun and beach in Agadir.
Morocco offers excellent shopping opportunities, especially if you appreciate Oriental decor. In Agadir and Marrakech, you'll find both fixed-price stores and local markets where you can haggle. Popular purchases include henna-painted lamps, spices, handwoven carpets, ceramic bowls, scarves, bags, floor cushions, kaftans, and wood carvings - perfect souvenirs to bring back from your trip.