10 Things to Do in Morocco
We chose the top 10 of these places. I hope you will be satisfied. If you have any questions, we will gladly answer. Here are those places…
Located in Southeast Morocco, Merzouga is located on the shores of the Sahara Desert; It is a holiday village near the Algerian border. This is a place where more adventure seekers flock to the village. There are houses built with desert architecture that offers wonderful views with sunset and sunrise. You can also visit the town and discover new places with Camel Tours. You should visit this holiday village with your loved ones for an unforgettable holiday.
Magador, formerly known as Magador, is a fishing town on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. At one time it was a city of interest to the hippies. There are many historical buildings in the city. These structures are included in the Unesco World Heritage List. Especially in the Old Town, there are many historical buildings. Be sure to stop by this area. Other than that, there are wonderful beaches in the city. You can come here with your loved ones and visit both sea tourism and historical buildings.
Located in the northwest of Morocco, Shafshavan is a wonderful city that is famous for its blue-painted houses and streets built by the Jews. Even though it is a bit dull as the Nightlife, it is known as the most important tourism region of the country. There are many historical buildings and natural beauty areas. You can come to this region with your loved ones and enjoy a great holiday.
Located in the north of Morocco, Tangier is a North African city with authentic and chaotic streets. Due to its location it has hosted many civilizations. The architecture of the historical buildings in the city attracts attention. There are many entertainment venues in the city. You can go to these places and experience a colorful night life. Since swimming on Tangier Beach is dangerous, I do not recommend swimming. But you can go to the seaside and taste great local specialties in restaurants against the sea.
Located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir is a major port city in Morocco. There are many places to visit in this very modern city. Especially the fact that it is sunny for a long time, with its long sandy beaches and an elegant marina is a place where holidaymakers flock here. You can come here with your loved one and enjoy a great holiday. Especially during the winter months of our country, you can go and meet the sea, sand and sun. In addition, visit the Arab Quarter Kasbah to learn about the city’s history and culture.
Meknes, located in the north of Central Morocco, is one of the royal cities and has been called the ”Green City.. There are many historical buildings and natural beauty areas to visit. It is a city where people who want to enjoy a peaceful holiday will surely stop by. If you find your way here, visit the Mausoleum of Mullah Ismail, Bab al-Mansur Gate, al-Hedim Square, Mullah Idris Town and the ancient Roman city of Volubilis.
Located in the Fès-Boulemane region of Morocco, Fes is the country’s third largest city with a population of more than 1 million and is also the previous capital. There are many historical buildings in the city. These historical buildings have been reached intact. For this reason, the city of Fes is called “Living Medieval Islamic City”. I recommend you to see the authentic markets, historical monuments and historical buildings that have defied years. These structures are included in the Unesco Heritage list. If one day your way to Morocco, one of the places you must visit must be this city.
Casablanca, located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in western Morocco, is the largest city in the country with a population of approximately 3.5 million. It is also an important port trading city. There are buildings built in a great architectural style in the city. Other than that, it is quite a great place for sea tourism in summer. Come here and enjoy your holiday with your loved one.
Rabat, the capital of Morocco and the financial center of the country, is a wonderful city to visit. The Alhambra and its famous blue-painted houses fascinate its visitors. Thanks to its cultural structure and rich history, Rabat is home to many tourists every year. If you get your way here, don’t go back without visiting the Mausoleum of Mohammad V, the Kasbah des Oudaias, the Hassan Tower, the Royal Palace of Fez, the Archaeological Museum of Rabat, Chellah and Salé.
Located in the middle of Morocco, Marrakech is the third largest city in the country after Casablanca and Rabat. In Berber, it means the land of God. Popularly known as the Red City. It is one of the most important places to visit in Morocco. Anyone who doesn’t come to this city is not toured in Morocco. What is Istanbul in our country is Marrakech in Morocco. There are many historical buildings and natural beauty areas to visit. When you come to Marrakech, the country’s most visited city, the Medina (Old Town)