Places to visit in Morocco


The port of embarkation in Spain to Tangier. From Ventimiglia, you have to travel about 1840 km to Algeciras (3 days/2 nights) ...


The city with 300 days of sunshine per year. We begin a visit to the main historical, artisanal and cultural places of the city. For some circuits, a stroll at sea will be planned with lunch on board ...

Located in the province of Ouarzazate, it is a striking example of the architecture of the Moroccan South: a set of buildings of land surrounded by walls, the Ksar is a type of traditional habitat Pre-saharan. The houses are grouped inside its defensive walls reinforced by corner towers.

A Berber village in southern Morocco surrounded by a desert mountain landscape it is a kind of oasis at the gates of the desert located at the bottom of a canyon where about 300 families live. We do not fail to visit its Agadir which dates from the 12th century and it was used until 1956.

Asilah is a small seaside town located to the north of the Moroccan coast, a few kilometers from Tangier. With its white walls and small alleys, this city is typical of the coastline, and especially it is very nice to walk around.

For some circuits, visits to Casablanca will be by bus. The tour includes the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, the third largest mosque in the world, the old Medina, the Habous district and finally the superb corniche.

The gorges themselves begin a few kilometers from Boumalne. The road, tarred up to M'Semrir undulates, overlooking the oued in some places. It makes us cross small green oases where we discover these old kasbahs renowned in the Moroccan south.

Dakhla is located on a peninsula of 40 km long which forms the bay of Rio de Oro. A veritable haven of peace between the lagoon and the ocean. Days to visit, enjoy and discover the most beautiful landscapes of the southern Moroccan coastline: swimming and fishing, relaxation and tastings, walks and other activities ...

ERFOUD (Feast of dates)
The harvest of dates is celebrated in Morocco. The event will be rich in activities as exhibitions, tastings, the sale of different varieties of dates will be in the program. In addition, there will also be street shows, procession and folk dances that will only warm up holiday enthusiasts.

Built on a rocky peninsula, surrounded by pink ramparts, the ancient Portuguese Mogador has everything to seduce: an elegant architecture, an ideal sea and a peaceful atmosphere. We will discover the Skala of the port, the large square, the Medina, the artisan complex and the souk.

The oldest of the Makhzen (imperial) cities reigns in the artistic, intellectual and religious capital of the country. We visit the Madrassah El Attarine, The Tombs Saadian, Dar el Makhzen and the Medina, which is always teeming with life, incredible skein of cut alleys, covered walkways and staircases, offers a colorful, noisy and fragrant spectacle.

ICHT (Region)
Guided tour to the old village, the region's Palm Grove, the rock carvings and the Tamanart valley. A panoramic and exceptional circuit.

Ifrane, the Swiss city of Morocco, a small mountain village, has access to a vast forest that once covered the entire atlas.

IMILCHIL (Engagement festival)
Moussem's engagement brings together hundreds of families near Imilchil on the Atlas Highlands. Fair and souk, show "sound and Color" thundering, it is both a shindig in festive costumes and the best opportunity of the year to trade a camel, to entertain, to dance, to sing ...

And eventually, find a husband.

On the first day, a dinner show will be offered "Chez Ali", a real treat of Moroccan gastronomy. The next day, a guided bus tour through the city: The minaret of the Koutoubia, the Palais de la Bahia, the souks of the artisans and the famous place of Jemaa el Fna where snake charmers, women offering you henna tattoos, sellers of orange juice ...

Visits to historical monuments marking the history of this city created by Berbers in the tenth century and which was the capital of Morocco during the reign of Moulay Ismail.

Some circuits include excursions with camel backs and nights in Bivouac. In Merzouga we will observe one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world; We will leave in 4WD vehicles for a stroll to the discovery of Moroccan Sahara and Berber life.

M'HAMID EL GHIZLANE (Festival of the Nomads)
The international Festival of Nomads is an open-air festival, citizen and artistic. The nomads are the privileged authors of the festival. This festival is a veritable "springboard" for nomadic culture.

Moulay Idriss stands as a high place of holiness and spirituality. Rich in a history shared between several peoples, civilizations and religions, it is also a city that borrowed the name of its holy founder Idriss I, whose son was founder in Fez of the first Muslim dynasty idrisid of Morocco.

The Naila Lagoon is a magical place that opens onto the ocean by a 3 km pass ... It is home to an incredible amount of fish.

Ouarzazate is known as being a bit of the Berber Hollywood: the beauty of its natural scenery and the quality of the light have attracted many directors. Being located at the confluence of the Drâa and Dades valleys, the city is a gateway to the Moroccan south. It has a nice kasbah in the city center.

OUZOUD (Waterfalls)
A region prenamed by these multiple small streams of the wadi of Ouzoud which is off from the top in fan and by jumps. It is one of the most beautiful sites in Morocco.

In Rabat we visit the Medina, the site of Chellah, the tour Hassan, the mausoleum Mohammed V and also, if possible, the royal palace.

The capital of Moroccan pottery, Safi is a beautiful city stretching on the edge of the Atlantic, at the bottom of an anchor surrounded by cliffs. Safi offers the visitor a triple appearance; Historic city, commercial city thanks to its very lively merchant port located on the Atlantic coast.

A few kilometers from this charming coastal town, lies Legzira Beach, where we will discover the four splendid arches dug in the cliff by the tides.


Tafraout is the pearl of the Anti atlas. At 180 km southeast of Agadir, and at 1200 m altitude, Tafraout offers an extraordinary decor, formed by mountains of rocks and granite pink and ochre with amazing shapes. On the side of the famous village of Aguerd Ouadad under its "Napoleon's hat" or the Ameln valley dominated by Jbel Lkest with its impressive "laughing Lion".

TALIOUINE (Saffron Harvest)
To discover the saffron and the famous flower that produces it, it is necessary to go to Taliouine declared "capital of the Flower of Saffron". From a visit through the fields cultivated to that of the House of Saffron, you can understand everything about the culture of this "red gold".

Tamegroute, City of the desert is a small village topped of circled gardens of a clay-coloured earth. It is also and especially the seat of one of the most prestigious zawiyas in North Africa. Its Medersa (Koranic school) is home to a very rich library, unique, filled with ancient manuscripts, nine centuries old manuscripts, precious scientific treatises, religious works dating from the Andalusian Golden Age and the illuminated Korans.

Taroudant is one of the most important and ancient cities of Morocco, with an undeniable and fruitful architectural, cultural and historical heritage. It draws the main of its economy from its citrus crops, mainly oranges and clementines, argan oil, olive oil production and handicrafts, especially leather work.

TATA (Region)
Visit, with a local guide, to the caves of Messalite about 7 km from Tata. These caves are deep with important stalagmites and stalactite formations. On the road we pass by Zaouia of Agadir Lhena from where, from the top of the village, we have a beautiful panorama on the palm groves of Afra and Tata.

The gorges of the Todgha are carved in the thick cover of the limestone of the upper Altas: they are among the most beautiful of the Moroccan south. This is where shot the films "Lawrence of Arabia" and "One hundred thousand dollars in the sun". The gorges of Todgha are also a paradise for climbing enthusiasts.

VOLUBILIS (Archaeological site)
The archaeological site of Volubilis which dates from 6000 years BC; It is a Roman city with its Capitol, its arch of Triumph of Caracalla, its thermal baths, its basilica and its main artery lined with villas with precious mosaics.

Located in the Draa Valley, at the edge of the Oued Draa, at 700 m altitude, at the foot of the mountain Zagora where the Almoravids built a fortress that protected the region of its assailants, at 160 km south of Ouarzazate, Zagora is the last Saharan city on the road of the desert.

The road that crosses the gorges of the Ziz is of all beauty. It overlooks the rift that the oued has dug into the limestone plateau and offers superb panoramas on the Palm grove and on fortified villages. The most interesting part is located close to the Legionnaire's tunnel.