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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
Known anciently under the name of Rissani, this town situated in the middle of the desert is known for its production of dates and leather goods.
The village of Setti Fatma marks the end of the Ourika Valley.
Sidi Ali is a town in the province of Errachidia, in the Meknes-Tafilat region, on the border with Algeria.
In Southern Morocco, between the Atlas Mountains and the foothills of the Lesser Atlas Mountains, the village of Taliouine is located midway between Taroudant andOuarzazate.
Tamegroute lies to the south of Zagora, in the Draa Valley.
Tata (Morocco)
Tata is a vast oasis on the confluence of three wadis, on the fringes of the Algerian Sahara.
Situated close to the Tizi-n-Bachkoum mountain pass, Tazaghart is at the edge of the Anti Atlas.
The Tizgui n'Ouadda Valley is located near the Dades Gorge.
Tizi n'Tamatert is a mountain pass of the Toubkal and rises to a height of more than 2279 metres above sea level in the High Atlas.
The Tizi-n-Test pass (6861 feet) overlooks the Sous plain in the High Atlas .
Tizi n'Tichka refers to both a route crossing the High Atlas between Marrakech and Ouarzazate (198km) and a mountainous pass at an altitude of 2,260m.
Tiznit (Morocco)
To the south of the Sous Valley, Tiznit is typical of a fortified souk.
Midelt (Morocco)
Midelt is a small douar known for its apples. It is situated between the Middle Atlas and High Atlas Mountains.
Agouin (Morocco)
Agouim is a little Moroccan village situated to the south of Marrakech.
Demnate is a little town midway between Marrakesh and the Ait Bouguemmez Valley. It's above all a stopping off point. 
Erfoud (Morocco)
A modern, desert town, Erfoud has little to offer tourists other than its fossils and local dishes.
A regional capital, Errachidia marks the entrance to theTafilalet Valley.
With a little over 3,000 inhabitants, this small village located in the Atlas Mountains still keeps to a way of life that is from another era.
An industrial town in Northern Morocco, Ouazzane isn't particularly charming at first glance. However, its refurbished Medina and its religious importance could be attractive for some.