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Morocco Holidays 2017

Resorts in Morocco

Holidays to Agadir
Holidays to Casablanca
Holidays to Essaouira
Holidays to Fez
Holidays to Marrakech
Holidays to Tangier

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Choose a colourful carpet at Agadir's souk and find your way along ancient alleyways to the heart of magical Marrakech, or see the ancient Roman city of Volubilis and approach Taroudant's pink-hued city walls across the sands of the Sahara. Sample the culture and see the sights then relax on Agadir's golden sands. We have the best range of Morocco Holidays 2016.

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Holiday to Morocco

This vibrant African nation has something to please everyone, from an exotic culture with Arabic, French and Spanish influences to camel rides and traditional Berber villages.

Guide to Morocco

To imbibe the spirit of Morocco, wander the streets of the great cities. Fès- the ancient capital - has a stunning array of medieval buildings, while Marrakech compels attention, its world-famous souk selling a bewildering array of goods; both hark back to the Arab dynasties that ruled the country from the Muslim conquest.

Morocco Holiday

Morocco is located on the westernmost tip of north Africa, bordering Algeria to the east and Mauritania to the south and southeast, the Atlantic ocean to the west and the Mediterranean to the north. Running through the middle of the country is the Atlas mountain range, which leads to the fertile plains and sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast. Morocco’s charm lies in its diversity. For sun-worshippers, there are miles of beaches, while inland lies Berber country where, among the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, the energetic can walk or trek. Beyond the Atlas are the fringes of the Sahara, where the caravans once stopped on their way south to trade in spice and ivory. Whether scaling distant ridges, idling by the sea, haggling for exotic artifacts, gazing at ancient wonders or marvelling at the pink and indigo of a desert dawn, you will be mesmerised.

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