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Allegro Agadir.


2076 reviews

Privileged location on Agadir beach
Large outdoor area
Ideal for families with children in Agadir

Barceló Tanger


477 reviews

Excellent location opposite the beach and close to the port
Outdoor swimming pool
Excellent international cuisine

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Morocco is so much more than the country of medinas, the route of the Thousand Kasbahs and spectacular mosques. This North-African country wows visitors with its coastal landscapes, huge deserts and mountainous areas, as well as its quiet towns and bustling cities, where tradition and culture are still intact.

To discover Morocco, get lost in the aroma-filled alleys of a zouk. Discover its wide offer of activities, delight in its flavorful and unique gastronomy, immerse yourself in its colorful markets, the rhythm of its people and the mystery of its legendary history.

Destinations in Morocco

What to see in Morocco

Staying in one of our hotels in Morocco is the perfect way to delve into the country’s most exotic destinations: Chefchaouen, with its small, blue alleyways that flood everything with color; Marrakesh, with its adobe walls and the Koutubia mosque’s minaret; Tetouan, a melting pot of cultures with one of the best medinas in Morocco; captivating Meknes, a city from the past with a UNESCO World Heritage Site mosque; or Rabat, Morocco’s cultural and modern capital city.

Those who prefer to travel to the coast should visit Essaouira, known as “the girlfriend of the Atlantic” due to its high winds and facades; Agadir, one of the country’s true great city, with pleasant weather year round; or some of the country’s most beautiful beaches: Dragon Beach in Dakhla, White Beach in Guelmim and Laghzira Beach in Mirleft.

To make the most of the Saharan desert, you have to visit the regions of Ouarzazate, Zagora and Tinghir.

Moroccan Medinas

Medinas are the heart of the city and the country, as they are one of Morocco’s most traditional traits. The medina safeguards the oldest part of the city and hides a labyrinth of alleyways that transform any simple stroll into a unique experience.

Discovering these streets is the best way to discover wonderful treasures and immerse yourself in the most authentic side of Morocco. The medinas of Rabat, Fez, Tetuan, Essaouira and Marrakech are the country’s best.