From the mystical, immersive medina of Fez - the world’s largest of its kind - to the glamorous, luxurious boutique hotels of Marrakech; the bold, grand mosques of Casablanca to the soaring, breath-taking landscapes of the Atlas Mountains that wind onwards into the Sahara – every day on your Moroccan summer holidays will be marked by moments of pure awe. Spend your days getting lost in the souks while hunting for bargains and bartering with traders; learning about the powerful spices and delectable flavour combinations in Moroccon cuisine on a cooking course led by a local chef; touring opulent
palaces; and being scrubbed and massaged to within an inch of your life during a traditional hammam. Spend evenings under a starlit sky eating lamb tagine with apricots and drinking mint tea or enjoy a night on the town with open-air live music in tucked-away bars. While it may only be a short flight from Spain, Morocco is a world away from Europe and a summer holiday here offers a truly mesmerising escape.
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The north African sun shines brightly for nearly 11 hours a day over Morocco’s bustling cities, tranquil beaches and historical sites. This gorgeous Mediterranean climate makes Morocco summer holidays the perfect option for those in search of warmth and culture. Each twist and turn of Morocco's landscape offers heaps of Middle Eastern charm and heritage. Whether it's wandering the sand covered Saharan dunes at dusk or bravely haggling your way through the souqs of Marrakech, there is something for all who journey here.
Those hoping to bask in the year-round sunshine in the summer season will find plenty of spots for topping up the tan and practicing the art of complete relaxation, with the coastal city of Agadir supplying a whopping six miles of soft sandy beaches to explore. The famous Red City (aka Marrakech) is just a short journey away too, meaning you can be sure you’ll have your dose of culture in a city that hums with excitement, snake charmers, musicians and trinket-filled shops. When you’re ready for a change of scenery, escape to the serenity of the natural world on a day trip to the Atlas Mountains (known for its heavenly hikes) or drive the short journey to the Ourika Valley, where lush vegetation, cascading waterfalls and orange-hued Berber villages await.