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Morocco Regions

Morocco Holidays

Introduction

Morocco is the gateway between Europe and Africa, and as such, it offers many exotic sights, sounds, tastes, and smells for visitors on Morocco holidays. A flight from London to the capital city of Rabat takes about 3 hours, and the time difference in Morocco is one hour behind GMT. The currency used here is the Moroccan Dirham

Picture of the Moroccan coastline

Regions

Fez is a must-see destination for everyone on Morocco holidays. This medieval city features narrow winding streets in the medina that make their way past atmospheric cafes, busy souks selling everything from carpets to spices to leather goods, ancient mosques, and shady courtyards. This is an excellent destination for those who want to see Islamic history and culture at its best.

For travellers interested in hiking the High Atlas Mountains or taking a desert safari in the Sahara Desert, Marrakesh is a great place to be based. The city is close to nature, yet still a bustling urban centre with ancient souks, mosques, palaces, and tombs, pleasant city squares, excellent restaurants and food stalls, and lively nightlife venues.

Essaouira is a great escape from the busy cities of Morocco, as this seaside resort has a very easy going vibe. The beaches here are scenic, the seafood is fresh, and there are plenty of places to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. The winds that come in off the ocean make this a particularly good spot for kite surfing and wind surfing.

A Sahara Desert safari

Weather

Morocco experiences different weather in different regions. The coastal regions in the north have a very pleasant Mediterranean climate, with the average temperature hovering around 21 degrees Celsius. The rainy season in this region runs from November to March. The High Atlas Mountains in the centre of the country experience snow in the winter, while the sands of the Sahara in the south can be very hot and dry.

Cost of visiting Morocco

Cost

Visitors to Morocco will find prices to be slightly lower than those in the UK. The following are some basic guidelines for prices of goods in Morocco:

Item Price
Loaf of Bread £0.48
Bottle of Water £0.37
Pint of Beer £2.13
Bottle of Wine £5.21
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