Morocco is a country with plenty to offer holidaymakers.
It has a warm climate, beautiful beaches, and a rich, diverse culture. Immersing yourself in the local atmosphere, you will find a culture that combines indigenous Berber and Arabic influences with a range of other elements from across Africa and Europe
When people think about luxury Morocco holidays, one of the first things to come to mind will often be the open-air markets known as Souks. These markets are common in North African and Arabic countries, and are known for being a place where you can buy almost anything. Filled with the exciting bustle of people and traders, Souks make for an unmissable experience
Morocco is also a place that offers exceptionally beautiful scenery. With its long coastline and warm climate, the country’s beautiful beaches are some of the most popular spots. However, there is much more to the Moroccan landscape. The Southeastern portion of Morocco is dominated by rolling deserts, and much of the country’s terrain is covered with spectacular mountainscapes.
However, the coastal parts of Morocco offer some wonderful places to spend your holiday. They offer a welcoming combination of soft sand, warm seas, and Mediterranean sun. We can provide you with tailor made holidays to Morocco so you can make the most of them with a stay at the Sofitel Essaouira Medina & Spa. This luxury resort overlooks the seafront, and offers guests a calm and relaxing stay.
Morocco certainly has plenty to offer visitors of every kind. Our luxury Morocco holidays are designed to take full advantage of this wonderful destination, while making sure you get exactly what you want out of your stay. Contact us to find out what options are available and to book a stay at the resort you choose.
Hotels in Morocco
Tours of Morocco
Places to visit...
From the spice markets of Marrakech to the Atlas Mountains, Morocco is a melting pot of different experiences. Why not venture to the Fez Festival and visit the Medina.
Agadir and Essouria provide great beach options and you can imagine why Jimmi Hendrix et all fell for this place in the 60’s.
Ouarzazate is fascinating, high in the Atlas mountains, the home of the Berbers and set back in time, hence its use in many many films such as Lawrence of Arabia.
Morocco Travel Advice
For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information, find Morocco specific travel advice from the UK government Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office here. For more information please visit the Moroccan Consulate General.
We advise that you seek advice on recommended vaccinations and precautions from a health professional – either a GP, a practice nurse, a pharmacist or a travel health clinic – ideally at least eight weeks before departure. Visit NHS Fit for Travel for Morocco specific guidance.
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Map and travel information...
Capital city: Rabat although Casablanca is the largest city.
Population: 33 million
Direct flights available from across the UK.
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