Moroccan Moments

The Travellers Guide to Morocco




Morocco's Cities Culture, Food and Airports




Click on the map above to zoom into detailed maps of Morocco.

You may not have sampled Morocco yet but names like Fez, Casablanca and Marrakech will certainly be familiar and will no doubt make you think of exotic places, facinating buildings and a feast of colour and spice.

This is a an exotic land where you will experience worlds unchanged in centuries, without having to travel to the other side of the world.
Separated from Europe by just 9 miles of water and closer to the UK than Turkey, Morocco is very different yet very accessible.

Separated from the rest of the continent by the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert, this North West corner of Africa is unique and different

There are resorts on both the Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines of Morocco, but venture inland and you will find so much more - ancient trades, exotic market places, and a stunning backdrop of mountains.

Then of course for the golfers, there are some beautiful Golf Courses courses in a wonderful climate, or for the skiers, there is a ski resort in the Atlas Mountains

Morocco attracted around 10 million tourists per year in 2012 and 2013, and according to reports, are aiming for 20 million by 2020. They are a friendly people and understand the value of tourists. By no means all these tourists will come from Europe, they will also have the facilities to attract wealthy tourists from Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar.

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