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This quaint little seaside town on the West Coast has a very different, laid back atmosphere when compared to other areas of the country. The fortified medina has whitewashed walls, small boutiques, art galleries, and some lovely authentic Riads to rest your head for the night. The 'windy city of Africa' is not a beach destination as such, but it's a wonderful place to spend a few days.
The ancient medina of Fes is brimming with history and tradition - much of which has survived in its labyrinth of alleyways and corridors. One for the culture vultures, there's so much you can do here, from street food tours to day trips to local Roman ruins and vineyards. We've handpicked some stunning hotels for you to use as a base as you soak up this atmospheric city.
A lovely little oasis town of Kasbahs and palm groves, Skoura breaks up the journey nicely from the Sahara to Marrakesh. Nearby is the derelict village of Aït Benhaddou, previously used as a caravan stop and now the set of several famous films, including Gladiator and Game of Thrones. We recommend just one night in the town as you travel from A to B.
The Sahara Desert
Enjoy a night on the edge of the world's largest hot desert. Here you can plod over the never-ending sand dunes at sunset to one of our handpicked tented camps. As night falls, enjoy incredible views of the stars as you gather around the campfire. The Sahara is best reached on a scenic drive from either Fez (8 hours drive) or Skoura (4 hours drive).
Morocco's Surf & Mountain Minimoon
A city bursting with character, there's nowhere in the world quite like Marrakesh. In a day you can experience bustling bazaars, colorful gardens, haggling hawkers and delicious cuisine, before winding up in traditional Riad for some rooftop cocktails. With an international airport and central location, it's a great place to dive in and start your trip or finish relaxing in one of the many stunning properties.
This laidback fishing village is the best place in Morocco for surfers, whether you're a seasoned pro or new to the waves. Taghazout's bohemian vibe has long since attracted soul-searching travellers, but fear not for this place has retained its wonderful local feel and has plenty of authentic hidden gems among its picturesque surrounds to discover.
A coastal city located in Western Sahara, a top kitesurfing, windsurfing and surfing hotspot thanks to dazzling waters and consistent breezes. The city is built on a peninsula that runs down from mainland Morocco with unique hotels, beautiful restaurants and an emerging tourism scene driven by water sports enthusiasts.