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Best places to visit in Morocco

Going on holiday in Morocco is always a lovely surprise. Between the kasbahs, the old medinas, the palm groves and the deserts, it will really blow you away, with good reason! However, too many tourists choose to stay at a resortand leave themselves little opportunity to truly discover the country and its inhabitants.

The Evaneos Travel community will help you to put together your trip and fully immerse you in the Moroccan culture. Just a click away, hundreds of opinions are waiting for you and they will be very useful when it comes to building your itinerary.

A trip to Morocco is definitely a chance to ride a mehari camel in the desert over the pink dunes of Erg Chebbi near Merzouga, through the depths of the Drâa Valley, or on the burning trails of Erg Chegaga. The Middle Atlas Mountains is the recommended region for hiking through surreal landscapes that are worthy of the thousand and one nights, with clay houses perched on the uneven and colourful mountains in the Dadès Gorge and the Todgha Gorge.

For those who especially wish to visit the cities, there is no lack of opportunities. Rabat, the capital, and Casablanca are very Westernised. On the other hand, losing yourself in the alleys of the Medina of Fez or in the markets in Marrakesh is an unforgettable experience and a feast for the senses.

Finally, charming seaside resorts like Essaouira welcome holidaymakers who want to go swimming with open arms and low costs.

Morocco is a pure jewel for those who invest a little time and some research into her. It's up to you!

Julie Olagnol
Tangier is a harbour town in the north of Morocco, opposite the Straits of Gibraltar.
Taza (Morocco)
Taza is situated 120 km from Fez by car, its strategic position between the Rif and the Middle Atlas has made it a fortified city.
If you want to visit the Todgha Gorge you need to stay the night in Tinghir, in the Middle Atlas.
Tislit (Morocco)
Lake Tislit sits on a high plateau to the north of Imilchil.
Tizi n'Tfourikhte (2,100 metres) is a high mountain pass of the Toubkal, in the Azzaden valley, in the High Atlas.
In the High Atlas Mountains, Tizi Oussem (1800 metres) is right in the middle of the Azzaden Valley which leads toToubkal.
The Tazegzaoute Valley is in the Anti Atlas, between Taroudant and Tafraout.
Zahar. (Morocco)
Once you're beyond the Drâa Valley, the lofty Erg Zahar dunes stretch across several kilometres of the Moroccan desert.
In the central Grand Atlas Mountains, Zaouiat Ahansal is located close to the valley of Aït Bou Guemmez.
Oujda (Morocco)
A city at the eastern reaches of Morocco, Oujda is a pleasant metropolis, despite the relative absence of tourist attractions.
Rabat (Morocco)
Rabat is the capital of Morocco. It is a city that borders the Atlantic Ocean and it is peaceful and authentic. Ideal for families or culture lovers.
Asilah (Morocco)
Occupied by the Carthaginians followed by the Romans, Portuguese and Spanish, Asilah is a small, fortified, harbour town, that's easy to visit as a solo traveller, with the freedom to go where you please!
Ifrane (Morocco)
Ifrane and its kitsch European architecture looks like an anomaly in the Moroccan landscape, but the town is a good base in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and an excellent destination for winter sports.
Taroudant (Morocco)
Once the capital of Sous, Taroudant, which is the door to the Anti-Atlas and High Atlas Mountains, reigns over the immense fertile plain in the Sous valley.
Zagora (Morocco)
Arid climate, kasbahs, palm groves, shepherds and oases – in a few words, that's Zagora, the gate town to the desert, summed up.
Agadir (Morocco)
A Moroccan coastal town, Agadir is at once a port, a large urban hub and a seaside resort loved by tourists.
Agdz (Morocco)
70 km from Ouarzazate, the small town of Agdz can be a place to stop and rest or to eat at one of the food stalls on the side of the road.
The Ait Ali N'Ito douar is situated in the High Atlas and reaches 1,833 metres of altitude.
Situated near to Tafraoute, Aït Mansour lies in the Anti Atlas valley.
To the north-east of Morocco, the seaside resort of Al Hoceima is the region's main tourist attraction.
A small port to the northwest of Morocco, around forty kilometres from Tangier.
Azilal (Morocco)
Azilal is a market town, provincial capital and a convenient crossroads between Ouzoud falls and the valley of Aït Bouguemez.
Between Marrakech and Essaouira, the town of Chichaoua is situated on a main highway.
To the south of the Anti-Atlas, Goulimine, which is also known as Guelmim, is located on the edge of the Western Sahara.
Situated in the High Atlas region, Imilchil is found 30 kilometres north of Agoudal.
Imlil (Morocco)
Imlil is a pleasant village in the High Atlas mountains, in the heart of the Jbel Toubkal national park.
On the border of Algeria, the town of M'Hamid El Ghizlane is on the Trans-Saharan route.
The gateway to the desert, Ouarzazate represents a practical base to explore the breathtaking scenery and kasbahs around it.
The last stop in the Drâa valley, in the great Algerian South, the palm grove of Oulad Driss looms like a mirage once you pass Tizi Beni Selmane.
Neltner refuge, also called Toubkal refuge, is at an altitude of 3,207 metres.