Discover various cities surrounded by ramparts, it is revealed through their lively medinas and their colorful souks. Rather want to laze around? Head for the Atlantic coast and its long sandy beaches. Between Agadir, a modern city, and Essaouira, the perfect spot for water sports, Morocco can boast of having beautiful seaside resorts, also important fishing ports that run the local and national economy.

Finally, if you are looking for amazing landscapes, the country is full of natural sites suitable for hiking. With an incredibly varied relief, there is something for everyone: trekking Morocco in the sand dunes of the Sahara, escapades to meet the Berber peoples of the desert, hikes in the Atlas mountains, walks in the heart of the planted green palm groves palm trees… Morocco is also known for its gastronomy, and a welcoming population always more than happy to share its culture and the treasures of its region.

The red Marrakech

Both traditional and contemporary, Marrakech seduces with its multiple facets. 3 hours by plane from Paris, it is easily accessible and attracts visitors wishing to change their air for a weekend. Against the backdrop of the peaks of the Atlas Mountains, the city and its various districts are filled with treasures.

Discover the picturesque alleys of the Medina, and the lush gardens of Majorelle and Menara, the modern chic boutiques of Guéliz, the modern part. Further north, the Palmeraie is ideal for quad biking or camel rides. Bewitching and generous, Marrakech holds out its arms to you.

The Atlas Mountains

Morocco is a country with very varied landscapes. The Atlas mountain range in the northern part of the country. The region of the High Atlas where the highest peaks of North Africa are located offers incredibly rich landscapes and will delight lovers of hiking and trekking. Between green forests and arid valleys, snow-capped peaks and vast plateaus, the region is dotted with roads and paths allowing to discover another facet of Morocco, off the beaten track.

Further south in the part called Anti-Atlas, there are also pleasant hiking trails accessible from the city of Taroudant. Here, the High Mountain has given way to oases, fields of culture, torrents and waterfalls.