Sidi Bouzid, Haouzia, Oualidia are some of the most beautiful beaches in the country that this city offers you to enjoy.


The crown jewel of Morocco. Famous of its full of sights and sounds souks, Djemaa el Fna square and all the human drama it may bring.


As it lies just few miles away from Europe, Tangier is undoubtedly the land where Western, Arab, and also North African cultures meet.


Caravan of tourists passing the desert on camels with lake in foreground

Morocco’s premiere beach resort, with approximately 340 days of sunshine and 6 kilometres of golden sand


The oldest city in Morocco therefore, a reminder of an ancient Islamic past. Walking up and down its endless Medina which contains around 9,500 streets is an adventure in itself.


Kite-surfing, windsurfing, and camel rides are some of the attractions that can be enjoyed in the beautiful sandy beaches of this city.


Being the capital city of the country is not all about this beautiful city. Rabat is modern and at the same time reserved by Moroccan culture.


Jedcy na koniach jadcy brzegiem morza o zachodzie soca

Located less than 29 miles away from Tangier. It is nicknamed as “The blue city” because of the colour of its walls and doors. Tranquil and quiet town that offers through its peaceful beaches, to visitors, a great escape from the neighboring busy cities.


In this town, you will discover ancient Berber traditions, genuinely friendly people, and a “will never be forgotten” taste of homemade meals. You will be amazed to find out how happy and healthy can living a simple life make you be!!!


It is surrounded by its high walls with great doors, where the harmonious blending of the Islamic and European styles of the 17th century Maghreb are still evident today.


The largest city in the country. You will have the chance to discover Hassan 2 mosque, the third biggest in the world right after the two sacred mosques of Makkah and Madeenah.