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Agadir-Taghazout, the sun and the beach

To the west of the country, facing the Atlantic waves, Agadir is one of the pearls of Morocco. Whatever the season, the sun smiles down on the city and it enjoys  a pleasant climate that the trade winds soften further. Above all, its 10-kilometer long seafront offers tourists magnificent views of the blue of the ocean and the opportunity to relax in the best conditions imaginable.

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Al Hoceima, a dream destination in the Mediterranean


Al Hoceima, the Mediterranean pearl

The blue waters of the Mediterranean, light, gentle waves and the coastline that forms the outline of one

of Morocco's most stunning bays: this is the scene nature has set for you in Al Hoceima. It looks and feels like heaven on earth. Stretch out on a lounge chair on one of the many nearby beach,whereyoucansoak up the sun and bask in its glory. Under these eternally blue skies, relaxation is a priority!

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Azilal, in the center of the Atlas


Azilal and the valley of happy people

Extend your explorations in Morocco with a trip to Azilal. The beauty of this city in the heart of the Atlas Mountains is further enhanced by the sublime natural surroundings. Azilalhas showcased its living culture, crafts and architecture to develop a sustainable, fair ecotourism industry that you'll love. Come and enjoy its rich, diverse cuisine with dishes like Berber couscous, fish tagine and olive tagine prepared with argan oil.

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Casablanca, the energy of modernity


The sparkle of Casablanca

From the major thoroughfares lined with palm trees and tall office buildings to the Atlantic Ocean

and its view on the world, Casablanca is Morocco's economic powerhouse. This vibrant city is always

on the qui vive.

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Chefchaouen, the beautiful blue


Chefchaouen: A blue dream

The special appeal of Chefchaouen goes beyond its prime mountainside location. Travelers are fascinated by the surreal impression it leaves. The facades of its houses are painted blue and white, so that the whole city appears to be drenched in azure. Walking here feels like moving through a dream.

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Dakhla, play Robinsons of the sands


Dakhla, the pearl of southern Morocco

Dakhla is a heavenly town in southern Morocco, lost between the waters of the Atlantic and the sands

of the Sahara. It is a place whose pleasures should be devoured. There are miles of beaches throughout

the city that give you an opportunity  to relax or to participate in a whole array of water sports.

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El Jadida-Mazagan, the new Mazagan 


The multicultural El Jadida-Mazagan

Once known as Mazagan, this city built by the Portuguese has proudly looked out over the ocean since

the 16th century. Its exceptionally well preserved architectural treasures and the fabulous blend of European and Moroccan  cultural influences have earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

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Errachidia-Midelt -Merzouga, between the Atlas and the Desert


Errachidia - Midelt - Merzouga

Midelt, Errachidia and Merzouga welcome you to eastern Morocco. The first two cities are your introduction

to mountainous terrain with the beautiful scenery formed by the Middle Atlas range, a majestic setting

that enchants and bewitches. This was also the start and end point for the caravans that once carried

food to Timbuktu.

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Essaouira-Mogador, wild beauty


Essaouira-Mogador, the bride of the Atlantic

With notched walls, the whisper of trade winds, homes with white and blue facades – thecolors of ocean foam and waves –Essaouirahas earned the nickname  "Bride of the Atlantic".

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Fez - Meknes, the imperial pearls  


Fez - Meknes

Fez radiates a unique aura. This imperial city is the custodian of 13 centuries of Moroccan history.

Meknes has a rich, prestigious past and harbors marvelous surprises.

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Ifrane, green box


Nature in Ifrane

Perched at over 5,413 feet, Ifrane shows off Morocco's heights, showcasing the Atlas Mountains and their glorious peaks. It often surprises visitors with the quality and quantity of Moroccan experiences on offer. Enjoy the still lakes and raging waterfalls that empty their chilly waters into the valleys, which are surrounded by the world's biggest cedar forest. These trees form solemn silhouettes against the slopes

of the Middle Atlas Mountains they blanket with a green mantle.

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Marrakech eternal, Unmissable



A mixture of traditional and contemporary, Marrakech holds the promise of incomparable sensations. Stroll through the Jemaa El Fna and the bazaars with their bright colors and oriental scents, and the red city will whisk you into another world in the blink of an eye. Rides in horse-drawn carriages, sun-soaked terraces, street artists and other activities both day and night will all add to your stay in Morocco.

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Ouarzazate-Zagora-Tinghir, a must-have movie set


Journey to the desert’s edge

Ouarzazate, Zagora and Tinghir are authentic destinations bursting with myriad wonders that will take

your breath away. The unbelievable variety of landscapes, ranging from deserts to green valleys,

must be seen to be believed.

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Oujda-Saïdia, splendor of the Mediterranean


Nature meets culture in Oujda-Saidia

Saidia shows you the part of Morocco where the protected Mediterranean laps the shore with warm,

blue waters, where families and friends gather. But if you get  an urge for urban explorations,

head to Oujda and delight in its architectural heritage and unspoiled medina.

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Rabat, a capital to live


Rabat, capital of Morocco

Rabat is a cultural city with a rich history. Its streets and public squares are full of masterpieces.

Pay a visit to the Kasbah of the Udayas, whose grand, majestic silhouette is softened by the surrounding gardens. Not far beyond its walls  lies the Chellah, a necropolis that dates to the Marinids. Entering the complex is like journeying to another world: marvel at the ancient remains as you walk through the gardens and glimpse a few storks.

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Safi, walk in the land of potters Safi



The imposing silhouette of the Kechla as the waves of the Atlantic crash into its walls: this is but one of the many scenes to behold in Safi. For five centuries now, the fortress has stood guard at the ocean's edge. Its tall, notched towers serve up unbeatable views of the surrounding area. Come here to admire the waterfront and the bustling animation of everyday life in this provincial capital.

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Tangier - Tetouan, mythical destinations


Tangier - Tetouan, The cosmopolitan side of Morocco

The cities of Tangier and Tetouan welcome travelers to the far north of Morocco. On these shores where the waters of the Mediterranean and Atlantic meet, you will find authentic cities shaped by varied influences.

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Taroudant, the small Marrakech


The New Marrakesh!

Taroudant is framed by ramparts that showcase the city – oneof the most beautiful in Morocco – likea precious stone. Stroll in the shade of the ramparts, whose walls are steeped in history and whose towers have stood tall for five centuries to protect the former capital of the Saadian sultans. Throughout the day, the sun strikes these stone columns and bathes the city in light, pitting golden rays against ocher walls.

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